Dashkards, Keyboard Shortcuts on the Dashboard

If you are having trouble remembering the keyboard shortcuts for your favorite Mac OS X applications, check out Dashkards, a nice little pre-rendered bit of HTML that you can add to your dashboard using the little-known dashboard clipping feature. The site supports many popular Mac OS X apps (including Markdown syntax!) and is a great way to earn your “keyboard sensei” merit badge.

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8 Comments Dashkards, Keyboard Shortcuts on the Dashboard

  1. fullerhm@gmail.com

    I currently save shortcut cheat sheets to Evernote. This will be handy, thanks.
    It'd be great if apps just did this out of the box. I would rather have this format, than to have to hunt through menus or search through help.

    Reply
  2. fullerhm@gmail.com

    I currently save shortcut cheat sheets to Evernote. This will be handy, thanks.
    It'd be great if apps just did this out of the box. I would rather have this format, than to have to hunt through menus or search through help.

    Reply
  3. fullerhm@gmail.com

    I currently save shortcut cheat sheets to Evernote. This will be handy, thanks.
    It'd be great if apps just did this out of the box. I would rather have this format, than to have to hunt through menus or search through help.

    Reply
  4. fullerhm@gmail.com

    I currently save shortcut cheat sheets to Evernote. This will be handy, thanks.
    It'd be great if apps just did this out of the box. I would rather have this format, than to have to hunt through menus or search through help.

    Reply
  5. fullerhm@gmail.com

    I currently save shortcut cheat sheets to Evernote. This will be handy, thanks.
    It'd be great if apps just did this out of the box. I would rather have this format, than to have to hunt through menus or search through help.

    Reply

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