Mac OSX Shortcuts
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Mac OSX Shortcuts osx mac shortcuts

This cheat sheet will help you master Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts and get the work done faster. Learn these shortcuts to become more productive.

If you’re aware of any other shortcuts that are missing from the cheat sheet please let us know about them in the comments below.

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  1. AM
    March 9, 2016 at 4:16 pm

    Afaik, the keyboard shortcut to reach the status bar is missing. Like cmd-F2 for the "apple" menu. I know there is one, but I do not find it anymore. For example it would be useful to enter the battery status menu -- w/o using the mouse -- and see which application(s) get(s) listed under "Apps using significant energy". Great site !

  2. Michael Michaelson
    January 11, 2015 at 5:27 am

    Great stuff.
    I've got a kind of a short-cut to share. Wasn't sure where to put it. Maybe an idea for a topic. 'Mac-User Tip Shares' or something like that.
    I run a television off of my mbp and when I'm not using it I don't always turn it off. I wanted to run slide shows on it when not in use, but found iPhoto shut my screen down in order to do it. So I tried Aperture. Same problem.
    Simple solution: Fill a folder with photos or wall papers. Use Desktop & Screen Saver in Sys Prefs and select the folder you filled for the Secondary Desktop. Check the Change Picture box. Not a whole lot of time options but it makes for a great screen saver that you can still interact with. And won't shut own your primary screen.