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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.

What's New

Version 7.2:
  • Custom shortcuts are now merged with existing menus when the header titles match.
  • New option for excluding menu shortcuts, system-wide shortcuts, and/or macro hotkeys from keyboard activation.
  • Explains better how to purchase a license key for registering KeyCue.
  • Clearer instructions for registering KeyCue.
  • Works around a problem where KeyCue could not more...

Requirements

OS X 10.5.8 or later

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Highly recommended - sits quietly in the background until you fire it up - provides all the shortcuts/key combinations for your running apps. Extra (free) packages for Adobe and Pro apps available from http://www.ergonis.com/downloads/extras/
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Version 6.6
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Franko Member IconComment+112
Franko
+3

Laugh at me all you want (or roll your eyes, your pick ;) but I...cannot...get...the..damn..modifier key symbols, especially Control and Alt, memorized!
KeyCue to the rescue each and every time and for me, worth every penny.

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Version 7.2
Bowlerboy_jmb
+1

Here's a memory tip to help you remember: Click your magic slippers three times and say to yourself:

• "I work on a Mac now. There is no Alt. There is only Option.

• "I work on a Mac now. There is no Alt. There is only Option.

• * I work on a Mac now. There is no Alt. There is only Option. "

If that doesn't work, take two aspirin and call Microsoft in the morning to complain about being brainwashed. Happens all the time.

Franko
+1

Cheeky aren't you?
If you'd have read my post correctly you'd have noticed I said "symbol" not their actual name.
Only "Option." for you Dorothy is to eat some crow.

Bowlerboy_jmb
+0

Oh, so it’s a left-brain / right-brain thing you have? Poor baby, coupled with no sense of humor, a condition like that will make your progress along the Yellow Brick Road precarious indeed.

However, I do believe that there are right-brain psychotherapists and left-brain psychotherapists who can help you, provided you can read the fine text and/or the esoteric symbols on their license-to-steal.

What I don’t understand is what makes you think that I should trust someone who can’t perceive the difference between an Opt-ion (which is a Mac term) and an Alt-ernative (which is a PC term) decide what my diet should be. Never liked eating crow; never will. You may think that I have no other choice, but I do, because I am in Control and Command, not you. You’re stuck on Opt/Alt.

On a deeper read-between-the-lines interpretation from someone who graduated with honors in literature from a first class liberal arts university, I gleaned the distinct impression that you are a Windows emigre who wandered off the reservation without a map and was so grateful that KeyCue gave you some peace of mind in the new world of Macs that you invited a little ridicule.

After all, you did beg to be laughed at. It’s not like I picked you out and invaded your space: you invited the feedback.

Are you still so confused that you must be offended, too? Instead of taking a wild stab back, why not take my comment as the light-hearted joke it was meant to be? It was just in fun. Peace out.

Foulger Member IconReview+279
Foulger
+2

Really Cool app thats getting better all the time. The only negative is that the more you use it the less you need to. I would suggest (respectfully) that lowering the price, on the principal of half the price, triple the profit, that lowering the price to $10 or $15 would result in many more sales than at present.

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Version 7.2
Vitu Member IconComment+137
Vitu
+2

Look Ma: mouseless searching of shortcuts! Great work guys!

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Version 7.1
MArnold58 Member IconReview+3
MArnold58
+3

I am a relatively new Mac user and I have been looking for something like this brilliant software. As I said to the developer it took 3 seconds of use of the trial before I enthusiastically bought this great little program. I am a fan!!

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Version 7.0
Frankdalian Member IconReview+7
Frankdalian
+4

I have been using KeyCue since it was born, way back in 2004. I have been pleased with is since then and am just as pleased with KeyCue 7.0.

Software that just works. A nice slogan and true.

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Version 7.0
Eric-Woehler Member IconReview+416
Eric-Woehler
+2

7b3 just released and there are additional themes available for those (including myself) who don't linke the default colour scheme. There is also a d/l with instructions for creating your own colour scheme, but I haven't had the chance to try it yet...

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Version 6.6
Eric-Woehler Member IconReview+416
Eric-Woehler
+2

Just paid upgrade to 7b on the promise of being able to develop my own colour schemes for KC. Alas, I am not enthused with default choices and I am *really* hoping I can adjust the colour scheme in the near future.

Otherwise 7b has slightly altered GUI in terms of layout but the excellent functionality remains. Recommended!

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Version 6.6
ShelleyE8611 Member IconReview+3
ShelleyE8611
+3

Fantastic way to learn keyboard shortcuts, and a perfect program for people making the transition from Windows to Mac. A lifesaver to me.

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Version 6.6
Eric-Woehler Member IconReview+416
Eric-Woehler
+5

Highly recommended - sits quietly in the background until you fire it up - provides all the shortcuts/key combinations for your running apps. Extra (free) packages for Adobe and Pro apps available from http://www.ergonis.com/downloads/extras/

Bought it as part of package many years ago, have kept upgrading and using it all the time - recommended!

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Version 6.6
Jazzyguy Member IconReview+3659
Jazzyguy
+3

This version is great in every way. It is handy to have it in the menu bar. I refer to it often.

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Version 6.6
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Version 7.1
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Version 6.6
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Version 6.5
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Version 6.4
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Version 6.3
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Version 6.3
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Downloads 124,730
Version Downloads 3,693
License Shareware
Date 27 May 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price $27.30
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