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  • appendix dThe Master OS XSecret Keystroke ListH ere it is, by popular, frustrated demand: the master list of every secret (or not-so-secret) keystroke in OS X Mountain Lion, including all the keys you can press during startup. Clip and post to your monitor (unless, of course,you got this book from the library).Note: For the most part, the following list doesn’t include the keystrokes already listed in your menus, likec-P for Print, c-S for Save, and so on.Startup Keystrokes Keys to Hold Down Effect C Starts up from a CD or DVD N Starts up from a network server R Resets the laptop screen c-R Starts Recovery Mode T Puts the Mac into FireWire or Thunderbolt Target Disk mode Option Shows icons of all startup disks and partitions, so you can choose one for starting up Shift-Option-c-Delete Starts up from external drive (or CD) Option-c-P-R Zaps the parameter RAM (PRAM) (hold down until you hear the second chime) c-V Shows Unix console messages during startup, logout, and shutdown appendix d: the master os x secret keystroke list 875
  • Startup Keystrokes c-S Starts up in single-user (Unix command-line) mode Mouse down Ejects a stuck CD or DVD 6 and 4 keys Starts up in 64-bit mode Shift Just after powering up: Turns off kernel exten- sions Shift Just after logging in: Prevents Finder windows and startup items from opening (they’ll return the next time you start up) In the Finder c-space Highlights Spotlight box Option-c-space Opens Spotlight window >, < Expands or collapses a selected folder in list view Option-> Expands a folder in a list view and all folders inside it Option-< Collapses a folder and all folders inside it c-, Opens parent folder Shift-Option-c-, Selects the desktop c-. (or c-O) Opens the selected icon Option-click the flippy triangle Expands or collapses all folders within that window Tab Selects next icon alphabetically Shift-Tab Selects previous icon alphabetically space bar Opens Quick Look preview of highlighted icon(s) space bar During a spring-loaded folder drag, opens the disk or folder under the mouse immediately Option-click Zoom button Enlarges the window to full screen Option-click Close button Closes all Finder windows Option-click Minimize button Minimizes all windows (works in most apps) c-drag an icon Moves it into, or out of, the System folder (administrator password required) Option Changes Quick Look button to Slideshow button c-drag Rearranges or removes menulets or toolbar icons c-click window title Opens a pop-up menu showing the folder path876 os x: the missing manual
  • a Menu a Menu Option Changes “About This Mac” to “System Informa- tion” Shift-c-Q Logs out Shift-Option-c-Q Logs out without confirmation boxFinder Menu Option Eliminates the confirmation box from Empty Trash and Secure Empty Trash Shift-c-Delete Empties the Trash Shift-c-Delete Puts back a highlighted icon in the Trash Shift-Option-c-Delete Empties the Trash without confirmation box Option-Empty Trash Empties the Trash without confirmation box c-comma Opens Preferences c-H Hide this program Shift-c-H Hide other programsFile Menu c-N New Finder window Shift-c-N New folder Option-c-N New smart folder c-O or c-. Open Control-c-O Open in new window Option-click File menu Changes “Open With” to “Always Open With” c-W Close window Option-c-W Close All c-I Get Info Option-c-I Show Inspector Control-c-I Summary Info (of selected icons) c-D Duplicate c-L Make Alias c-Y Quick Look Option-c-Y Slideshow (of selected icons) c-R Show Original (of alias) c-T Add to Sidebar Shift-c-T Add to Favorites c-Delete Move to Trash c-E Eject appendix d: the master os x secret keystroke list 877
  • File Menu c-F Find Shift-c-F Find by Name Edit Menu c-Z Undo c-C, c-X, c-V Copy, Cut, Paste Shift-c-V Move copied icons to this window c-A Select All Option-c-A Deselect All View Menu c-1, -2, -3, -4 Icon, list, column, Cover Flow views Control-c-1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6 Arrange by Name, Date Modified, Date Cre- ated, Size, Kind, Label Option Changes “Clean Up Selection” to “Clean Up” Option Changes “Arrange By” to “Sort By” Option-c-T Show/Hide Toolbar Option-c-S Show/Hide Sidebar c-J Show/Hide View Options palette Go Menu c-[, c-] Back, Forward c-, Enclosing folder Control-c-, Enclosing folder in new window Option-c-T Show/Hide Toolbar Shift-c-F All My Files window Shift-c-O Documents window Shift-c-D Desktop window Option-c-L Downloads window Shift-c-H Home window Option Makes Library command appear Shift-c-C Computer window Shift-c-R AirDrop window Shift-c-K Network window Shift-c-A Applications window Shift-c-G Go to Folder c-K Connect to Server878 os x: the missing manual
  • Window Menu Window Menu c-M Minimize Option-c-M Minimize All Option Changes “Bring All to Front” to “Arrange in Front”Help Menu Shift-c-? Opens help search boxPower Keys Control-´ Brings up dialog box for Shut Down, Sleep, or Restart Option-c-´ Sleep Control-Option-c-´ Shut Down Control-c-´ RestartThe Dock Option-click a Dock icon Switches to new program and hides previous one Option-c-D Hides/shows the Dock c-click a Dock or Stacks icon Reveals its actual Finder icon Option-c-click a Dock icon Switches to this program and hides all others Control-click a Dock icon Opens a shortcut menu Hold mouse down on Dock app icon Triggers Exposé (shows all windows of that app in miniature) c-drag an icon onto a Dock icon Prevents Dock icons from moving, so you can drop your icon onto one of them c-drag a Dock icon Drags the actual item Option-c-drag an icon onto the Dock Forces a Dock program to open the icon you’re dropping on itManaging Programs Option-click a Dock icon Switches to new program and hides the previ- ous one Option-click in a window Switches to new program and hides the previ- ous one c-H Hide this program’s windows (works in most apps) Option-c-H Hide all other programs’ windows (most apps) Control-<, > Previous/next Spaces screen appendix d: the master os x secret keystroke list 879
  • Managing Programs F9 Exposé: Shrinks and tiles all windows in all programs Shift-F9 Exposé: Shrinks and tiles all windows in slow motion F10 Exposé: Shrinks and tiles all windows in front- most program F11 Exposé: Flings all windows in all programs to edges of screen, revealing desktop F12 Dashboard widgets c-Tab Press and release: Switches back and forth between current and previous open program c-Tab Hold down c: Displays floating icons of open programs. Press Tab repeatedly to cycle through them. (Add Shift to cycle backward through open programs on the Dock.) c-~ Switches to next open window in this program. (Add Shift to cycle in the opposite direction.) Option-c-Esc Opens the Force Quit dialog box (to close a stuck program) Shift-c-3 Captures the screen image as a PDF file on your desktop Shift-c-4 Produces a crosshairs; drag to capture a se- lected portion of the screen as a PDF graphics file. (Press space to get the “camera” cursor that snips out just a menu, icon, or window.) c-space Switches keyboard layout (if more than one is installed). (If you use Spotlight, you must choose a different keystroke for this function.) Dialog Boxes c-comma Opens Preferences dialog box (any Apple program) Esc “Clicks” the Cancel button in a dialog box Enter or Return “Clicks” the OK button (or other blue, high- lighted button) in a dialog box Option-c-F Moves the insertion point to the search box in most Apple programs c-D, c-R “Clicks” the Don’t Save or Replace button880 os x: the missing manual
  • Trackpad Gestures Trackpad Gestures You can change many of these gestures, or turn them on and off, in the Trackpad pane of System Preferences. But here are the factory settings: Two-finger click Right-click Two-finger drag up/down Scroll up/down Two-finger swipe left-/right Move among open Web or document pages Two-finger swipe from right edge Open Notification Center Two-finger pinch or spread Zoom in or out of a picture, PDF, or Web page Two-finger rotate Rotate photo or PDF Two-finger double-tap (not click) “Smart zoom” into Safari or Preview page Three-finger swipe up Mission Control Three-finger swipe down Show all windows in this app (Exposé) Three-finger swipe left/right Previous/next Spaces screen or full-screen app Three-finger drag Move window Three-finger tap (not click) Look up this word in Dictionary Four-finger pinch Open Launchpad Four-finger spread Reveal desktop (Exposé)Magic Mouse Gestures A few important gestures also work on the top surface of the Magic Mouse: One-finger double-tap (not click) “Smart zoom” into Safari or Preview page Two-finger double-tap (not click) Mission Control One-finger swipe left-/right Move between open Web or document Two-finger swipe left/right Previous/next Spaces screen or full-screen app appendix d: the master os x secret keystroke list 881