Tomboy 0.23 keyboard shortcuts

Tomboy 0.23

Zeynel Öztürk -
5 years ago
- Shortcuts
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Alt +

Turn a bullet point on

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Alt +

Turn a bullet point off

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Ctrl + 1

Small font

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Ctrl + 2

Normal font

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Ctrl + 3

Large font

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Ctrl + 4

Huge font

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Ctrl + Q

Quit tomboy - ng (not yet implemented)

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Ctrl + X

Cut the selected text

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Ctrl + C

Copy the selected text

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Ctrl + V

Paste

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Ctrl + A

Select all items

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Ctrl + F

Open a Find window

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Ctrl +

Move word to the right

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Ctrl +

move word to the left

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Ctrl + F4

Close current note window

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Ctrl + B

Bold

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Ctrl + I

Italic

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Ctrl + S

Strikeout

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Ctrl + U

Underline

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Ctrl + H

Highlight

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Ctrl + T

Fixed width

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Ctrl + E

Expression calculator (refer to Calculator help note)

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Alt + F4

Close current note window

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⌘ Cmd + X

Cut the selected text

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⌘ Cmd + C

Copy the selected text

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⌘ Cmd + V

Paste

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⌘ Cmd + A

Select all items

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⌘ Cmd + F

Open a Find window

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⌘ Cmd +

Go to end of line

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⌘ Cmd +

Go to start of line

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⌘ Cmd + B

Bold

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⌘ Cmd + I

Italic

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⌘ Cmd + S

Strikeout

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⌘ Cmd + U

Underline

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⌘ Cmd + T

Fixed width

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⌘ Cmd + E

Expression calculator (refer to Calculator help note)

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⌥ Opt + H

Highlight

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Program information

Program name: Tomboy 0.23 Tomboy 0.23 (Text editing)

Tomboy is an easy to use note-taking application that helps you to organize your ideas and information. Notable features include text highlighting, auto-linking web and email addresses, font styling and backup. Tomboy is available for Linux, Unix, Windows, and macOS.

Web page: github.com/tomboy-notes/tomboy...

Last update: 11/11/2019 8:10 PM UTC

How easy to press shortcuts: 86%

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Updated: Added some shortcuts. (2 updates.) 8/31/2019 1:08:34 AM New program added.
8/31/2019 1:41:06 PM Added some shortcuts.

Shortcut count: 37

Platform detected: Windows and macOS mixed

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