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

This shortcut is used by 25 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 - Build for Profiling
  2. Apple macOS - Open iCloud Drive
  3. DaVinci Resolve 15 (Mac) - Import AAF, EDL, XML
  4. Skype - Open app settings
  5. Final Cut Pro X - Set an additional range selection start point at the playhead or skimmer location

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All programs using this shortcut, by category.

General


Apple iBooks - Show formatting characters (invisibles)

Apple macOS - Open iCloud Drive

Skype - Open app settings

Text editing


Adobe Acrobat 2017 (Mac) - Insert Files

Imaging


Adobe Dimension CC (Mac) - Import image as Background

Adobe Illustrator (Mac) - Show/ hide perspective grid

Adobe Illustrator (Mac) - Perspective Grid

Adobe Lightroom Classic (Mac) - Import photos from disk

Adobe XD (Mac) - Import

Autodesk SketchBook (Mac) - Invert Selection

Corel Painter (Mac) - Negative

DaVinci Resolve 15 (Mac) - Import AAF, EDL, XML

Final Cut Pro X - Set an additional range selection start point at the playhead or skimmer location

Final Cut Pro X - Set an additional range selection start point at the playhead or skimmer location

Pixelmator Pro - Invert a selection

Xcode - Build for Profiling

Developer tools


Nuclide (Mac) - Automatically tries to insert missing require statements to your Flow or JavaScript project.

Skipper - Add field to current position

Web applications


Pocket for Mac - Mail Item

File manager


Apple Finder - Open iCloud Drive folder

Productivity


Ableton Live 10 (Mac) - Insert Captured Scene

Airmail - Mark as Important

Airmail - Mark as Not Important

Apple Pages - Show formatting characters (invisibles)

Confluence (Mac) - Insert a 3x3 table


Note: This page includes variations for Command + Shift + I
Shift + Command + I
Shift + Command + I. Restrict to only Shift + Command + I.


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