What is ↑   Shift + ⌘ Cmd + T 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. Xcode - New Window
  2. Apple macOS - Add selected Finder item to the Dock (OS X Mountain Lion or earlier)
  3. Adobe Premiere Pro (Mac) - Tab Stops...
  4. iPad Smart Keyboard - Reopen last-closed tab
  5. Airmail - Plain text composer

All programs

All programs using this shortcut, by category.

General


Apple iBooks - Show the Styles drawer

Apple macOS - Add selected Finder item to the Dock (OS X Mountain Lion or earlier)

Apple macOS - Show or hide a Finder tab

Safari - Reopen the last tab or window you closed

Text editing


Adobe Acrobat 2017 (Mac) - Insert Blank Pages tool

TextMate - Go to symbol

Imaging


Adobe Animate CC (Mac) - Modify Paragraph

Adobe Illustrator (Mac) - Open the Tabs panel

Adobe Lightroom Classic (Mac) - Create new subfolder (segmented tethered capture)

Adobe Premiere Pro (Mac) - Tab Stops...

Corel Painter (Mac) - Add current color to color set

OmniGraffle 7 - Make table

Xcode - New Window

Developer tools


Git Tower (Mac) - Create new tag

RStudio (Mac) - Test Package (Desktop)

File manager


Apple Finder - Show or hide a Finder tab

Social & Messaging


Cisco Jabber (Mac) - Toggle expanded contact view

Twitterrific 6 - Translate selected item

Productivity


Ableton Live 10 (Mac) - Insert MIDI Track

Airmail - Plain text composer

Apple Calendar - Go to a specific date.

Apple GarageBand - Show/Hide the Tempo track

Apple Pages - Show or hide the tab bar

Browser tab management - (Firefox, Opera, Chrome) Open a previously closed tab

iPad Smart Keyboard - Reopen last-closed tab

Things (iPad) - Open tag window inside an element

Things (Mac) - Direct access to add a tag

Scientific


GeoGebra - Export as PSTricks


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


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