Shortcuts & tips
- Cmd+Shift+A: mute
- CMd+W: leave meeting.
- Fn+F: toggle full screen
Ctrlfor Windows platform Cmd +Shift+M: mute Cmd +Shift+H: leave meeting Cmd + . : to show list of all shortcuts Cmd + / : to focus in search bar Cmd + G: go to find a person to start talk Cmd + F: Open filter Cmd + +: to zoom in to show bigger font Cmd + -: to zoom out to show smaller font Cmd + 0: to zoom in to show original font
Cmd + 2: Go to Chat Cmd + 3: Go to Teams group
Options + Up/Down: move to previous/next item in left pane, e.g. Cmd+2, then Alt+Down to move to next conversation in left conversation pane.
Microsoft VS Code:
- Ctrl+0 : go to first pane, e.g. if file explorer opened, this will put focus on files explorer
- Ctrl+Shift+E: toggle focus onto files explorer, first press “Ctrl+Shift+E” will focus files explorer, second press “Ctrl+Shift+E” will focus file editor pane
- Ctrl+e: open recently files
- F1: to show command platte, same as “Ctrl+Shift+P”
- All Autocomplete: for english typing auto complete
Ctrl+Alft+F12: Open current file in
Explorer, you can chose which level to show, e.g. this file, it’s parent, grand parent etc.
- CMD+3: Open actions (Eclipse)
- CMD+F12 (Mac) or Option+F12: Show terminal
- Shift+ESC: close auxiliary windows, such as project explorer, terminal window, etc.
- Cmd+O: File structure, list all methods
- Shift+Cmd+F: reformat code
- Ctrl+-: Go to last edit:
Cmd+: show left bar
Cmd+P: global search
- Cmd + ← or → : move cursor to begin or end of line
- Shift + Cmd + →: select whole line (move cursor to line front first)
- Option + Shift + → / ←: select whole word
- ^ + Down: to show various
instance windowof current application, e.g. show different window of Chrome windows, you can use
Ctrl+\` to switch in different instance window.
- Ctrl+F2: to access menu bar
- List only folders:
ls -dl conflu*
sudo lsof -i tcp:3000
lsof is a command line utility for all Unix and Linux like operating systems to check “list of open files”
> /dev/null 2>&1 will redirect all your command output (both
/dev/null, meaning no outputs are printed to the terminal.
stdin ==> fd 0 stdout ==> fd 1 stderr ==> fd 2
In the script, you use
> /dev/null causing:
stdin ==> fd 0 stdout ==> /dev/null stderr ==> fd 2
stdin ==> fd 0 stdout ==> /dev/null stderr ==> stdout
- docker network ls
list all docker networkds
- docker rmi:
remove and un-tags one or more images from the host node
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