KeyCue
KeyCue 7.1
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Displays all menu shortcut commands.   Shareware ($27.00)
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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
What's New
Version 7.1:
  • KeyCue now has a keyboard shortcut for mouseless searching.
  • When a new version of KeyCue is available, a more informative message now also mentions the release date and the currently installed version.
  • Improved handling of special cases when checking for modifier keys that are available for "KeyCue Settings".
  • New attributes for custom themes (separator lines between menus, uniform menu widths and uniform submenu widths).
  • Works around an issue that resulted in incorrect characters instead of key symbols.
  • Improved fallback font strategy for theme fonts that do not contain required symbols.
  • The search field now also works with CJK input methods.
  • See the product page for further details.
Version 7.1:
  • KeyCue now has a keyboard shortcut for mouseless searching.
  • When a new version of KeyCue is available, a more informative message now also mentions the release date and the currently installed version.
  • Improved handling of special cases when checking for modifier keys that are available for "KeyCue Settings".
  • New attributes for custom themes more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.5.8 or later



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KeyCue User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 7.x:
(3)
Your rating: Now say why...
Overall:
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Vitu commented on 05 Nov 2013
Look Ma: mouseless searching of shortcuts! Great work guys!
[Version 7.1]


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+3

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MArnold58 reviewed on 11 Oct 2013
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!!
[Version 7.0]


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+4

+6

Frankdalian reviewed on 10 Oct 2013
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.
[Version 7.0]


burypromote
+2

+227

Eric-Woehler reviewed on 24 Sep 2013
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...
[Version 6.6]


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+2

+227

Eric-Woehler reviewed on 13 Sep 2013
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!
[Version 6.6]


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+3

+3

ShelleyE8611 reviewed on 11 Sep 2013
Fantastic way to learn keyboard shortcuts, and a perfect program for people making the transition from Windows to Mac. A lifesaver to me.
[Version 6.6]


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+5

+227

Eric-Woehler reviewed on 29 Aug 2013
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!
[Version 6.6]


burypromote
+2

+706

Jazzyguy reviewed on 29 Aug 2013
This version is great in every way. It is handy to have it in the menu bar. I refer to it often.
[Version 6.6]


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+1

+5

rapidler reviewed on 30 Jul 2013
Als langjähriger Mac-User kennt man natürlich die (zumindest wichtigsten) Shortcuts; bei Progs, die man nicht ständig nutzt und umfangreiche Shortcuts bieten eine wesentliche Hilfe!
Ebenso unverzichtbar für Umsteiger aus "anderen Welten"...!!!
[Version 6.5]


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+3

+5

rapidler reviewed on 30 Jul 2013
Als langjähriger Mac-User kennt man natürlich die (zumindest wichtigsten) Shortcuts; bei Progs, die man nicht ständig nutzt und umfangreiche Shortcuts bieten eine wesentliche Hilfe!
Ebenso unverzichtbar für Umsteiger aus "anderen Welten"...!!!
[Version 6.5]


burypromote

+8
Charly20 had trouble on 04 Jul 2011
Does it work with OS X Lion??
[Version 5.3]

1 Reply

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Ergonis Software (developer) replied on 26 Jul 2011
YES, starting with version 5.4, KeyCue is compatible with Lion.
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+2

+25
Rollerdl had trouble on 22 Jul 2009
Being quadriplegic and heavily dependent on keyboard shortcuts and having to remember so many I love Keycue. But ever since Firefox version 3.0.8 and every version up to 3.5.1 it causes firefox to crashes constantly when executing a shortcut., I had to turn keycue off. Once I did that firefox stopped crashing. Don't recall this happening w/ Firefox 3.0.7 and before. Any help would be appreciated.
[Version 4.4]

4 Replies

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Rollerdl commented on 23 Jul 2009
Actually I discovered today after tinkering if you set (For menu shortcut: press CMD twice and hold) and (For system-wide shortcuts: press CMD twice and hold) then Firefox stops crashing BUT then when holding CMD to see the shortcuts window it doesn't always show.
burypromote
+1

+25
Rollerdl replied on 23 Jul 2009
BTW, forgot to mention I'm using Sticky Keys found under System Preferences>Universal Access.
burypromote
+4

+13
ergonis software (developer) replied on 25 Aug 2009
@WHEELIE4: Version 4.5 works around a bug in Firefox that caused Firefox to crash. I am of good hope that this solves your problem. If not, please contact our technical support at keycue-support (at) ergonis.com. We'll be happy to have a closer look at the problem with you. Ergonis Software.
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+1

+13
ergonis software (developer) replied on 10 Sep 2009
Am am glad to inform you that (at least as per the release notes of the developers of Firefox) this bug should have been finally fixed in FireFox (see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=ALL%20status1.9.1%3A.3-fixed)
We recommend upgrading to FireFox 3.5.3.

+2

Pattithepotato rated on 04 Feb 2014

[Version 7.1]



+7

mwab rated on 05 Nov 2013

[Version 7.1]



-4

asimo rated on 17 Sep 2013

[Version 6.6]



+2

Luna rated on 22 May 2013

[Version 6.5]



roi10 rated on 29 Apr 2013

[Version 6.4]



-4

asimo rated on 20 Feb 2013

[Version 6.4]



+6

jackout rated on 16 Feb 2013

[Version 6.3]



leemontgomerymd rated on 16 Dec 2012

[Version 6.3]



LCrockett rated on 01 Dec 2012

[Version 6.3]



-10

Aleksandr_39c7d7c9 rated on 29 Nov 2012

[Version 6.3]


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Version Downloads:10,722
Type:Utilities : Desktop
License:Shareware
Date:05 Nov 2013
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $27.00
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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.


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