Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.6 or higher
Use the included KG (By CORE)
KeyCue lets you view available Command key shortcuts.Simply press and hold the Command key to view a list of all available keyboard shortcuts, making it easy to learn and remember those time-saving keystrokes.
See. View available keyboard shortcuts based on application by pressing the Command key.
Do. Simply type out the desired shortcut upon finding the appropriate action.
Learn. Develop into an efficient power user by remembering repeated shortcuts or discovering previously unknown actions.
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What's New Version 8.0
New "URL collection" table for frequently visited web pages, e-mail addresses and similar links.
Flexible definitions of multiple triggers and actions.
Keyboard triggers can now include the "fn" key.
Hands-free mode can be specified separately for each trigger.
Quick access to the settings window with a user-definable trigger.
Definable actions for right-clicking the menu bar icon.
Different actions for clicking the menu bar icon with combinations of modifier keys.
Height of the Settings window can be increased to show more items in the trigger and custom lists.
On El Capitan, KeyCue's Tenaya theme now uses the new default system font.
Tenaya is now the default theme for users who run KeyCue the first time on Yosemite and El Capitan.
More tolerant treatment of dashes in license key.
Mouse movement no longer cancels the display.
Shortcuts appear significantly faster in situations when long items need to be truncated.
The legend at the bottom of the table now always contains all menu modifiers (command, option, shift and ctrl).
When more than one macro tool (Keyboard Maestro, QuicKeys, iKey) is active, KeyCue now shows the macros of all active macro tools (instead of just one).
The installer now shows a clearer warning when the version to be installed is not covered by the current license.
Silent installation without audible feedback.
The installer now automatically quits after successful installation.
Improves collection of menu items in Mail with certain Mail extensions.
Works around a situation in which a new version could not be installed because an active older version would not quit.
Works around a problem where the built-in installer got confused when a previous version of KeyCue had been moved to the trash.
Fixes a problem where KeyCue could not detect shortcuts in Papyrus Autor after longer usage.
Works around an issue that caused checks for new versions to fail on El Capitan.
Fixes a truncated button title in the "What's New" window.
Fixes a problem that caused shortcuts to be missing in Logic Pro.
More robust handling of rare cases in which update checks failed.
Fixes a problem where KeyCue could not find the contents of certain menus in Mailplane after switching back and forth between applications.