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

This shortcut is used by 28 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. Tumblr - Insert video
  2. Visual Studio Code (Mac) - Show Problems panel
  3. Adobe Premiere Pro (Mac) - Go to Previous Marker
  4. Skype - Mute
  5. Cisco Webex - Mute or unmute the selected user

All programs

All programs using this shortcut, by category.

General


Apple iBooks - Mask or unmask the object

Roll20 - Move selected object to map layer

Skype - Mute

Imaging


Adobe Illustrator (Mac) - Move an object

Adobe Illustrator (Mac) - Insert em space

Adobe Lightroom Classic (Mac) - Show/hide margins and gutters

Adobe Premiere Pro (Mac) - Go to Previous Marker

Adobe XD (Mac) - Mask with Shape

Apple iMovie - Mute audio in a clip

Canva (Mac) - Anchor text to middle

Corel Painter (Mac) - New from

Final Cut Pro X - Match the sound between clips

Developer tools


Git Tower (Mac) - Merge

RStudio (Mac) - Insert pipe operator

Visual Studio Code (Mac) - Show Problems panel

Web applications


Elementor - Switch between desktop, tablet and mobile views

Social & Messaging


Cisco Webex - Mute or unmute the selected user

Tumblr - Insert video

Productivity


Ableton Live 10 (Mac) - Insert MIDI clip

Apple GarageBand - Show/Hide the master track

Apple Pages - Mask or unmask the image

Confluence (Mac) - Monospace

Confluence (Mac) - Use autocomplete for images

Final Draft 11 (Mac) - Show / hide storymap

iPad Smart Keyboard - Mute audio in selected clip

Things (iPad) - Move selection to another list

Things (Mac) - Move selection to another list

Scientific


GeoGebra - Export HTML code string to clipboard


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