App Spotlight: Cheat Sheet

Keyboard shortcuts. If you use them regularly they make getting around on the Mac much quicker. But one of the problems with keyboard shortcuts is committing them to memory. Typically, I try to use/memorize a few shortcuts at a time until they are second nature to me. But sometimes I can’t remember a certain keyboard shortcut. So instead of going through each menu item trying to find the shortcut you could use a handy little (free) app called Cheat Sheet.

Cheat Sheet is simple. When you want to see all the keyboard shortcuts for the app that you are currently using hold down the command key ‚Ćė for a second. An overlay window will appear and show you all the shortcuts for the app.

Screenshot of Cheat Sheet in nvALT

Cheat Sheet is Free on the Mac

Brian Renshaw is pursing a Masters of Divinity at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, North American Patristics Society, and the Society of Biblical Literature. His research interests range from the Gospels, Catholic Epistles, history of interpretation, theological interpretation of Scripture, and discourse grammar. Regarding his involvement with the Center for Ancient Christian Studies, Brian serves as Director of Digital Production and is also on the editorial staff. Currently, he attends Sojourn East with his wife, Jen Renshaw. You can follow him on Twitter @renshaw330, he blogs at his personal website.