I wish I could up-vote you times! I've never been more excited about a forward slash. I'll try and fail to express my excitement about this shortcut to my wife when I get home. Then you can launch any application, open most files, do quick calculations, etc. As an add on: Clicking on a window with this "Camera" pointer creates a screenshot of only that window.
Changing the 4 to a 3 makes an image of the whole screen immediately no mouse selection if you're into that kinda thing. Good one! I wish this shortcut also worked in finder windows. Finder to true to enable this in the finder.
Or use other screenshot shortcuts
Then restart the finder. I couldnt get it to work, am I doing something wrong? Sleep all displays. I guess there isn't an alternative for the Sleep all displays for the new MBA's which don't have an eject button anymore? I've setup a Hot Corner which does this, but would prefer a keyboard shortcut. DonnaLea, there is alternative.
Press power button instead of eject. Power keys: Thanks for Shift-Ctrl-Eject, I was looking for something like that. Ahhh, thanks.
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I've been looking for ways to quickly turn off my computer. I use it all the time! How can I have not known about this my whole life? Create a new folder in Finder. High contrast theme. Cycle through app's windows. I love ctrl-alt-cmd-8; we used to do that at all the computers to joke people, but if you're working at night it works well too.
The kids in our school call it the x-ray mode. For example, you can change the save location, open the screenshot in an app, or delete the screenshot without saving it.
Sleep, log out, and shut down shortcuts
Change the settings Click Options in the onscreen controls to change these settings: Save to: Choose where your screenshots are automatically saved, such as Desktop, Documents, or Clipboard. Choose when to take the screenshot: Show Floating Thumbnail: Choose whether to show the thumbnail.
Remember Last Selection: Choose whether to default to the selections you made the last time you used this tool. Show Mouse Pointer: Choose whether to show the mouse pointer in your screenshot. Or use other screenshot shortcuts You don't need macOS Mojave to use these shortcuts, though they work in Mojave as well. Capture the entire screen Press Shift-Command-3, then find the screenshot as a.
Capture a window Press Shift-Command Press the Space bar.
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The pointer changes to a camera. Find the screenshot as a. Capture a selected portion of the screen Press Shift-Command Drag to select the area of the screen to capture. Take a screenshot of the touch bar Cmd-Shift-6 Hold Control with any of the above keystrokes to copy the screenshot to the clipboard instead of making a file. Clear Spotlight Search Esc clears to do another search. Esc a second time closes Spotlight. If you change the preference, this will go to one of the first 9 bookmarks in the Bookmarks Bar.
Scroll by one full screen Scroll Down: Arrow key down to the item you want and press Return to choose it.
Mac Keyboard Shortcuts
If an app re-opens with the windows that were open when you last quit it, you can tell it not to re-open the windows. Works in the Finder, Apple Mail, Preview, etc.
Cmd drag icons to rearrange. Cmd drag icon off toolbar to remove. Ctrl-click toolbar and choose Customize for more options.
Did I Help You? Control key. Tab key. Return key.