KeepNote 0.7.8 keyboard shortcuts

KeepNote 0.7.8

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
15 months ago
- Shortcuts

These are the default shortcuts of the KeepNote. You can add or change existing shortcuts, simply by moving the mouse cursor over the menu item which you would like to customize and pressing desired shortcut combination. Unusual yet a quick way to customize shortcut, isn't it?

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Ctrl + N

New page

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↑   Shift + Ctrl + N

New child page

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↑   Shift + Ctrl + M

New folder

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Ctrl + O

Open notebook

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Ctrl + S

Save notebook

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Ctrl + Q

Quit

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Ctrl + K

Search all notes

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Ctrl + Page Down

Next tab

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Ctrl + Page Up

Previous tab

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↑   Shift + Alt +

Go to parent note

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Alt +

Go to next note

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Alt +

Go to previous note

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Alt +

Expand note

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Alt +

Collapse note

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↑   Shift + Alt +

Expand all child notes

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↑   Shift + Alt +

Collapse all child notes

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Ctrl + T

Go to tree view

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Ctrl + Y

Go to list view

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Ctrl + D

Go to editor


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Program information

Program name: KeepNote 0.7.8 KeepNote 0.7.8 (Text editing)

KeepNote is a note taking software that allows storing of class notes, to-do lists, research notes, etc. It supports text formatting, images, and more. KeepNote works on Windows, Linux and macOS X.

Web page: http://keepnote.org

Last update: 29 March 2020

How easy to press shortcuts: 77%

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Shortcut count: 27

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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Nick says: 6 months ago 12/11/2020 6:18 PM
I need a shortcut to get directly to the end of the note, without scrolling.

Nick OP says in reply to Nick : 6 months ago 12/11/2020 11:40 PM
Yes, kind of; however Ctrl+End appears to go further down, as if there were additional empty lines. Also it requires clicking on the page first. When I open a text file (on Linux), the scroll and cursor are automatically placed where I had left off when closing the file. In Keepnote this would mean wherever the scroll and cursor were when that particular page before going to another page. Keepnote appears to remember while in the same session, but not when it has been closed. I think the most useful approach would be that after selecting a page in the left pane, the page would open, scrolled to the area where the cursor would be displayed, and the cursor set where it had been left off the last time.

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk Admin says in reply to defkey.com : 6 months ago 12/11/2020 6:59 PM
Something like Ctrl + End maybe?