- n. Plural form of shortcut.
“You can change a few of your keyboard shortcuts from the standard System-Preferences menu offering, but opening up the GNOME configuration editor, as gHacks details, lets you create universal shortcuts for applications, scripts or other items to run from anywhere you hit the keys:”
“For me, the point of keyboard shortcuts is not moving out to the mouse at all.”
“Unless I have missed something, the only way to discover the shortcuts is to hover the mouse over editor buttons, which defeats the whole purpose of keyboard shortcuts.”
“Most Lifehacker readers probably know how to customise the Send To menu — just type in shell: sendto into the address bar, and add or delete shortcuts from the list.”
“However, the saving grace for Mac keyboard shortcuts is that you can set up a shortcut in the keyboard preferences pane for just about any menu command, including sub menus and drop down lists.”
“The abbreviations are often not intuitive (alt-H for Message, anyone?), and this afterthought approach to keyboard shortcuts is perhaps my biggest single objection to the entire Ribbon approach.”
“Below are the Yublin shortcuts for the 100 most common words.”
“The eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed that we've changed the tag shortcuts that we feature in the navigation bar; underneath the logo at the top of the site.”
“Second, it's what comes with (or fails to be included with) her "shortcuts" - even if I have a very heavy hand on the saltshaker, home-cooked food is lower in sodium than processed foods.”
“Over at MakeUseOf, the software and technology-centred blog, they’ve put together a guide to being more productive with Firefox tabs, among the great add-ons they suggest like previously covered New Tab King and Tab Navigator, they also highlight some great built-in shortcuts — seen in the chart above.”
Looking for tweets for shortcuts.