What is ⌘ Cmd + , keyboard shortcut for?

This shortcut is used by 33 programs in our database.

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What this shortcut does in different programs?

  1. Tumblr - Subscript
  2. Xcode - Preferences...
  3. Xcode - Open the application's preferences window (equivalent to the Preferences command)
  4. Visual Studio Code (Mac) - User Settings
  5. IntelliJ IDEA (macOS) - Open Settings dialog

All programs

All programs using this shortcut, by category.

General


Apple iBooks - Show the Preferences window

Apple macOS - Open preferences for the front app

Audacity - (Mac)   Preferences

Text editing


Ace Editor (Mac) - Show the settings menu

Imaging


Adobe Dimension CC (Mac) - Preferences

Adobe Lightroom Classic (Mac) - Open Preferences

Adobe XD (Mac) - Zoom In

Adobe XD (Mac) - Zoom out

Apple iMovie - Open iMovie preferences

Autodesk SketchBook (Mac) - Preference

Corel Painter (Mac) - Preferences > General

Pixelmator Pro - Show Pixelmator Pro preferences

Sketch - Open Preferences window

Xcode - Preferences...

Xcode - Open the application's preferences window (equivalent to the Preferences command)

Developer tools


AWS Cloud9 IDE (Mac) - Open Settings Panel

CoffeeCup Web Editor - Preferences

IntelliJ IDEA (macOS) - Open Settings dialog

JetBrains WebStorm (macOS) - Open Preferences dialog

Visual Studio Code (Mac) - User Settings

Social & Messaging


Apple Messages - Open Messages preferences

Cisco Webex - Open preferences

Tumblr - Subscript

Productivity


Ableton Live 10 (Mac) - Open the Preferences

Apple Calendar - Open Calendar preferences

Apple GarageBand - Show GarageBand preferences

Apple Pages - Open Pages Preferences

Final Draft 11 (Mac) - Spelling

Kindle for Mac - Preferences

QuickBooks Desktop (Mac) - QuickBooks > Preferences

Tableau (Mac) - Skip backward one page

Things (iPad) - Open Settings

Twist - Open Settings


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