Press Shift + Command + 5, then click an option, like Selection button to capture a still selection or Whole screen button to record your whole screen.
The screenshot tools appear in a small palette, which you can drag to reposition. The palette includes options for where to save the screenshot, whether to show the pointer, and more.
Save, edit, and share your shots
After you take a screenshot or video, a thumbnail appears in the corner of your screen. Drag it int
Just hit Command+Option+D at any time, and the dock will glide away (or back again).
- Cmd+Down arrow
While you have two or more documents open in your favorite word-processing software, simply press and hold the Command ⌘ key and then strike the ~ (Tilde) key on your keyboard.
fn + ← Jump to top of document
fn + → Jump to bottom of document
fn + ↓ Advance down one page
fn + ↑ Advance up one page
Ctrl+Shift+G will open GoTo window
Besides Command + Tab, you can swipe up on the touchpad with three fingers to view the windows of open apps, allowing you to quickly switch between programs. This view is called Mission Control, which also has its own dedicated keyboard shortcut (F3).
The screen shot will be automatically saved as a PNG file on your desktop with the filename starting with “Picture” followed by a number, example Picture 1, Picture 2, and so on.
- Page up/down: Fn + up/down arrow, or Ctrl+f/b
ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl" /usr/local/bin/sublime
'command + ~'
~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/User/Nodejs.sublime-build
open -a 'Sublime Text' .bash_profile
With Sublime Text 3, all that’s necessary is to edit your Sublime user preferences (Preferences -> Settings - User) to include:
// ... other settings
Command + P
Ctrl + M
- Ctrl + “-“
- Ctrl + Shift + “-“
Command + Shift + P -> Preview
- Up: Mission control, show all running applications
- Left/Right: Swtich desktops
- Center to outside: show desktop
- Outside to Center: show launch pad