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KeyCue 6.3 – menu shortcuts made easy

O. James Samson - November 27, 2012

Do you know that there are about 80 menu short cuts for Mac OS X applications? Seriously how many of these can you correctly remember? Would you like an application that helps to use your Mac OS X applications more effectively? Then get KeyCue.

What is the big deal about KeyCue?

Menu shortcuts are supposed to provide quick access to frequently used menu commands. This program displays a compact table of all menu shortcuts that are currently available. You no longer have to memorize and remember key combinations; just press the command key and KeyCue tells you what you want to know. With time, you’ll easily remember frequently used shortcut commands and start working more efficiently.

It also gives you an instant overview of the overall functionality of any application, plus lets you automatically start working more efficiently by making use of menu shortcuts.

The publishers, Ergonis Software, have added some minor changes to this version: Compatible with OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion), a few minor improvements and fixes.  For this application to work well, it requires Mac OS X 10.5.8 or newer, compatible with Mountain Lion. It has its own uninstaller.

Any downsides?

None. It’s a very good overview for all shortcuts for an app with great visual grid format.

To learn more about this program, visit Ergonis.

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