QuickLinks
QuickLinks
2.4

3.0

QuickLinks free download for Mac

QuickLinks

2.4
27 June 2019

Shortcut commands for any file.

Overview

QuickLinks is the app for keyboard custom shortcut creator. Can create shortcut for any favourite or regularly used file, folder, document, app etc. Initially select file to create shortcut for easy access. Status bar icon provides quick access to the list of shortcuts created.

Functions of this application:

  • QuickLinks in the menu bar: click on "QuickLinks" menu in system menu bar will display a menu full of your favorite applications, folder, files. This small shortcut icon allow you to save time and effort in using Mac computer
  • Fully customizable: application allow to add, rename, delete shortcut of any applications, folder, files in your Mac.

What's new in QuickLinks

Version 2.4:
  • New macOS Mojave ready
  • Improved performance

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2 QuickLinks Reviews

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Jimw
08 March 2017

Most helpful

While not as convenient, MacOS has the ability to do this within the OS. Just create a 'Service' using Automator and then add it to the 'Services' menu under the 'Keyboard' System Preferences menu. It will be listed in the 'Services' menu under 'Shortcuts. where you can also assign a custom keystroke to it. The advantage of this is that it is free, will appear as a contextual menu under 'Services' in many applications so you don't need to move your cursor to the menu bar to select it, and it doesn't take up valuable menu bar space. The disadvantage is that it is initially more difficult and time consuming to setup, and not all applications support 'Services' in the contextual menu. However 'Service's is still available for those that do not under the Application name in the menu bar. This method is especially useful when you have only a few items to setup or want a sequence of events to occur when the shortcut is selected.
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Version 1.1
make folder and sub folders that alias Application and document folder, as you like,
drag maked folder to Dock.

no more resource and money.
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Version 1.3
Jimw
08 March 2017
While not as convenient, MacOS has the ability to do this within the OS. Just create a 'Service' using Automator and then add it to the 'Services' menu under the 'Keyboard' System Preferences menu. It will be listed in the 'Services' menu under 'Shortcuts. where you can also assign a custom keystroke to it. The advantage of this is that it is free, will appear as a contextual menu under 'Services' in many applications so you don't need to move your cursor to the menu bar to select it, and it doesn't take up valuable menu bar space. The disadvantage is that it is initially more difficult and time consuming to setup, and not all applications support 'Services' in the contextual menu. However 'Service's is still available for those that do not under the Application name in the menu bar. This method is especially useful when you have only a few items to setup or want a sequence of events to occur when the shortcut is selected.
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Version 1.1