Name: KeyCue Version: 8.3 Released: December 6th, 2016 Developer: Ergonis Mac Platform: Intel OS Version: OS X 10.6 or later Web Site: http://www.ergonis.com/ Overview Makes it very simple and quick to get a quick overview of any app's keyboard shortcuts and to quickly activate any of them via a pop-up dialog Most Mac applications come with a collection of keyboard shortcuts that can be used to trigger various actions. These hotkeys are designed to improve your productivity level, but you must manage to memorize them beforehand. KeyCue is a small Mac utility designed to streamline the entire process by quickly displaying a panel that lists all the supported hotkeys for the currently active utility. This way, you will be able to memorize them a lot faster. Painless to install tool for finding and learning keyboard shortcuts The KeyCue installation procedure resumes to double clicking the item included in the KeyCue mounted image disk: the installer will automatically copy the utility to the Applications directory. It is also important to note that you must also allow KeyCue to control your computer: open the System Preferences and check the appropriate box in the Accessibility panel. KeyCue resides in your status bar and you get to easily access the hotkeys panel by clicking the app’s icon or by using yet another keyboard shortcut: right click on top of the menu bar icon to access the KeyCue Preferences and view all the activation methods. Quickly personalize the KeyCue panel via flexible themes The KeyCue app comes with 8 different themes that can be applied to the hotkey panel in no time. Via the Preferences window you can easily preview the themes and adjust the transparency level for the KeyCue window. The same area allows you to disable the KeyCue status bar menu, to adjust the delay period before the activation hotkeys kick in, to select the layout mode for the keyboard combinations, to set up custom hotkeys for certain applications, and more. Straightforward solution for visualizing and learning keyboard combinations specific to each application All in all, KeyCue is a must-have app for your Mac if you plan to improve your productivity by taking advantage of the hotkeys supported by your applications. Moreover, the KeyCue activation methods are available system wide so you get to quickly see a complete keyboard shortcuts list for any utility installed on your Mac in no time. FEATURES: • Instant keyboard shortcuts overview for any app • Hold down the command key or click the menu bar item to activate it • Helps you increase your productivity • Customizable behavior and appearance What's new in KeyCue 8.3 ・It is now possible to swap the order of the recent and favorite sections in KeyCue's table of PopChar characters. ・The legend now also explains the symbols for the return and enter keys. ・Works around an issue that resulted in missing menu shortcuts for FileMaker Pro 14 and 15. ・Fixes a problem with certain characters missing from KeyCue's table of PopChar characters. ・Works around a problem where “combining” characters from KeyCue's PopChar table could not be inserted in documents. ・Fixes an problem in KeyCue's settings window, where certain changes to PopChar actions were not permanently saved. ・Fixes an issue that sometimes resulted in a "handsfree table" even when handsfree mode was not enabled. ・Fixes a cosmetic problem with keyboard symbols that were shown in an inappropriate font. ・Fixes a lowercase/uppercase mix in the French version of the legend. ・Fixes a problem with KeyCue's Typinator integration, where input forms triggered by Typinator expansions were blocked by the KeyCue table.