There’s actually a Mac app called “Cheatsheet”, which will display all keyboard shortcuts for the application you are using at the moment. By default, it pops up when you hold down the CMD key for a couple of seconds.
Thanks for the shortcut! Manipulating lists is pretty clunky without it.
I went through the manual and didn’t see that. Might be helpful to include them in next revision,
or make them more prominent.
Holding down a button to display all the keyboard shortcuts would also be welcomed by the poor barefoot Windows wing of the Clan.
Yep, that’s the one I have. I just didn’t go through it in enough detail to realize that all kinds of keyboard shortcuts where there.
And if I was some decades younger, maybe I could memorize it as well.
That is true. The reasons are:
(1) they aren’t included in the Keyboard Shortcuts list given at scrivener.tenderapp.com/help/kb/ … -shortcuts
which is the list I re-ordered;
(2) I have never needed to use script-format, so (a) I am unfamiliar with them, and (b) they never crossed my mind.
You will also note that I specifically asked anyone who found any errors — which such omissions could certainly be considered — to post back, but none of those who responded did.
How come I always think of those grand piano players when I see such lists?
“Ah, you want to increase the promoted outdent on every second indented line? Piece of cake! Just press ctrl-cmd-shift-alt-#-spacebar-/--backspace-I-P-O, simultaneously.”
“Oh, I almost forgot, with the other hand you should simultaneously…”
But the purpose of creating the list in cipher order was precisely to be able to identify quickly any unused combinations that didn’t require concert-pianist dexterity. Having them ordered by the respective menu entries made such combinations difficult to find.
Cmd Alt 2 changes element to Action
Cmd Alt 3 to Character
Cmd Alt 4 to Parenthetical
Cmd Alt 5 to Dialogue
Cmd Alt 6 to Transition
Cmd Alt 7 to Shot
Cmd Alt 8 to General Text
Cmd Alt 9 to General Text (Centred)
You have them all as changing to Scene Heading. Sad face.