BUG REPORT: macOS Keyboard Shortcut

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Bobby Bosler | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Oct 26 2019 7:36 AM

Hey there, I reported this bug a long time ago during the new notes beta, but it still has not been implemented.

In macOS, the CMD+Up and CMD+Down keystroke is supposed to navigate the cursor to the beginning and end of the text field. I use this somewhat regularly, but it doesn't work in the Logos Notes text field.

Can other people confirm that they are having the same issue?

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Fred Chapman | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 28 2019 8:40 AM

I suspect that this was not a shortcut that was built into the notes editor when Logos developed it.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 28 2019 3:08 PM

Note that the keystrokes are listed as specific to Logos/Verbum

Keyboard Shortcuts (Mac)

General

The Verbum Help Documentation abbreviates the names of two keys:

• Cmd — Command
• Opt — Option

These keyboard shortcuts are available throughout macOS:

• Cmd+C – Copy
• Cmd+H – Hide windows
• Cmd+M – Minimize
• Cmd+P – Print
• Cmd+Q – Quit Active App
• Cmd+V – Paste
• Cmd+W – Close
• Cmd+X – Cut
• Cmd+Z – Undo
• Cmd+Tab – Unhide windows
• Shift+Cmd+G – Opens the “Go to Folder” window (use this to open hidden folders)
• Shift+Cmd+Z – Redo

Verbum-Specific

These keyboard shortcuts are specific to Verbum:

• Backspace – Clear Page in Drawing Mode
• Cmd+D – Add current location to Favorites
• Cmd+F – Find (in this panel)
• Cmd+K – Apply Highlighting
• Cmd+L – Show Library
• Cmd+O – Open/close Documents menu
• Cmd+P – Open Print/Export panel
• Cmd+R – Read Aloud
• Cmd+W – Close current panel
• Cmd+[ – Back in History
• Cmd+] – Forward in History
• Cmd+‘ – Go to next window (moves between floating windows and main window)
• Cmd+1...9 – Navigate to Bookmark (1–9)
• Cmd+F8 – Enter Drawing Mode (on some keyboards, Fn+Cmd+F8 may be necessary)
• Cmd+Down arrow – End (e.g., last article)
• Cmd+Up arrow – Home (e.g., title page)
• Cmd+T – Open new tab
• Ctrl+Tab – Go to next tab
• Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Go to previous tab
• Esc – Dismiss/Exit Drawing mode/Exit Find box
• F7 – Quick comparison of the active verse/selected text
• Left arrow – Navigate to previous parallel resource
• Right arrow – Navigate to next parallel resource
• Opt+Cmd+C – Copy location as [URL] [HTML] [L4] [Wiki] [RL]
• Opt+Cmd+F – Open panel in floating window
• Opt+Cmd+L – Focus Command bar
• Opt+Cmd+R – Show Reading View
• Opt+Cmd+W – Close all panels
• Opt+Shift+Cmd+F – Dock panel or tab
• Opt+Shift+Cmd+1...9 – Set Bookmark (1–9)
• Shift+Cmd+C – Show/Hide Table of Contents
• Shift+Cmd+E – Replace a reference typed into an app that uses Services with the passage
• Shift+Cmd+F – Show/Hide Inline Search
• Shift+Cmd+H – Show Home
• Shift+Cmd+I – Show Resource Information
• Shift+Cmd+K – Erase Highlighting
• Shift+Cmd+L – Show/Hide Locator Bar
• Shift+Cmd+M – Toggle Multiple Resources on/off
• Shift+Cmd+N – Copy this panel to a new tab
• Shift+Cmd+P – Columns (paged view)
• Shift+Cmd+S – Open Search
• Shift+Cmd+T – Reopen last closed tab
• Shift+Cmd+Opt+V – Paste without formatting
• Shift+Cmd+’ – Go to previous window (moves between floating windows and main window)
• Shift+Cmd+] – Go to next tab
• Shift+Cmd+[ – Go to previous tab
• Shift+Cmd+Down arrow – Go to next verse, chapter, article, etc.
• Shift+Cmd+Up arrow – Go to previous verse, chapter, article, etc.
• Shift+Cmd+Right arrow – Go to next equivalent resource
• Shift+Cmd+Left arrow – Go to previous equivalent resource
• Shift+Spacebar – Page Up in a resource
• Spacebar – Page Down in a resource

Rich Text Editor

The following shortcuts apply to the text editor:

• Cmd+A – Select All
• Cmd+B – Bold
• Cmd+C – Copy
• Cmd+E – Align Center
• Cmd+I – Italic
• Cmd+K – Insert Hyperlink
• Cmd+L – Align Left
• Cmd+] – Increase Indent (in lists only)
• Cmd+[ – Decrease Indent (in lists only)
• Cmd+R – Align Right
• Cmd+U – Underline
• Cmd+V – Paste
• Cmd+X – Cut
• Cmd+Z – Undo
• Cmd+. – Bulleted list
• Cmd+/ – Numbered list
• Cmd+= – Subscript
• Cmd+Shift++ – Superscript
• Cmd+Shift+F – Change Font Family
• Cmd+Shift+P – Change Font Size
• Cmd+Shift+K – Toggle Small Caps
• Cmd+Shift+U – Toggle Strikethrough (not currently supported)
• Cmd+Shift+Z – Redo

Copy Bible Verses

• Opt+Cmd+B – Global shortcut to open Copy Bible Verses tool in a floating window from any macOS application (if Verbum is running).
• Shift+Cmd+J – Global shortcut to activate the Copy Bible Verses service on macOS. This service causes the Copy Bible Verses tool to open in a floating window from any macOS application (if Logos is running).


Verbum Help (Bellingham, WA: Faithlife, 2018).

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