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too soon.In the mean time check the Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts  to see what is already assigned.


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@Bob Grahame You can get utilities that will do this for you on the fly, temporarily displaying them as an overlay on your screen.  I'm on a Mac and recently/finally bought Ergonis' KeyCue.  Here's an example showing my current shortcuts in beta 1.7.0.145.  Note that this includes a few that I have defined myself and should not be regarded as the default set.  Note also that what KeyCue displays is interactive, not just a static graphic that you see here.

Still on Macs, there is at least one other utility that you could try which is free: CheatSheet, from Media Atelier.

I'd be surprised if there wasn't something similar available for Windows users.

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macOS: 10.14.6
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1 hour ago, GaryLearnTech said:

@Bob Grahame You can get utilities that will do this for you on the fly, temporarily displaying them as an overlay on your screen.  I'm on a Mac and recently/finally bought Ergonis' KeyCue.  Here's an example showing my current shortcuts in beta 1.7.0.145.  Note that this includes a few that I have defined myself and should not be regarded as the default set.  Note also that what KeyCue displays is interactive, not just a static graphic that you see here.

Still on Macs, there is at least one other utility that you could try which is free: CheatSheet, from Media Atelier.

I'd be surprised if there wasn't something similar available for Windows users.

 

I see that the KeyCue price coverts to $30 CAD. Is the difference between KeyCue and CheatSheet worth the price. I'm going to try CheatSheet.

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I seem to recall getting a deal on a bundle, so didn't pay full price.

If you're happy with CheatSheet, great.  If not, KeyCue operates in trial mode until registered.  You could give it a trial then and compare/contrast the two before making a final decision.


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I have Cheatsheet and it does the job nicely.


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