What is ⌘ Cmd + ↑   Shift + E keyboard shortcut for?

This shortcut is used by 29 programs in our database.

There isn't any generic description for this shortcut.

Popular programs using this shortcut

What this shortcut does in different programs?

  1. Xcode - Use Selection for Replace
  2. Google Sheets (Mac) - Center align
  3. Visual Studio Code (Mac) - Show Explorer / Toggle focus
  4. Adobe Premiere Pro (Mac) - Enable
  5. Skype - Edit the last message sent

All programs

All programs using this shortcut, by category.

General


Apple iBooks - Hide or show the glossary toolbar

Skype - Edit the last message sent

Text editing


Ace Editor (Mac) - Macros replay

Adobe Acrobat 2017 (Mac) - Stop reading out loud

TextMate - Use selection for replace

Imaging


Adobe Animate CC (Mac) - Suppresses highlighting of selected items

Adobe Illustrator (Mac) - Apply last effect to the selected object

Adobe Lightroom Classic (Mac) - Export selected photo(s)

Adobe Photoshop Elements (Mac) - Merge visible layers

Adobe Premiere Pro (Mac) - Enable

Adobe XD (Mac) - Export Batch

Apple iMovie - Automatically improve the video and audio quality of the selected clip

Corel Painter (Mac) - Edit gradient

Corel Painter (Mac) - Equalize

Sketch - Export layer

Substance Painter (Mac) - Export textures

Xcode - Use Selection for Replace

Developer tools


AWS Cloud9 IDE (Mac) - Outline

Looker 6.8 (Mac) - Add/edit dashboard filters when in edit mode

RStudio (Mac) - Check Package

Visual Studio Code (Mac) - Show Explorer / Toggle focus

Web applications


Webflow - Show element edges (Mac)

Social & Messaging


Apple Messages - Show video effects (while in a video call in Messages)

Productivity


Ableton Live 10 (Mac) - Export MIDI file

Airmail - Quick Reply All

Apple Pages - Add an EndNote bibliography

Confluence (Mac) - Preview

Google Sheets (Mac) - Center align

Scientific


GeoGebra - Open/Close Object Properties View


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