June 05, 2012
CheatSheet app reveals keyboard shortcuts
CheatSheet is a neat (and free) little Mac utility that presents all your foreground app’s shortcuts (or at least all of them that appear in menus) in a temporary overlay. Hold down the Command key for more than a second & they’ll pop up.
I like the concept, though I wish I could change the timing. I now realize I habitually hold down Cmd, then take a while invoking my shortcut of choice.
[Update: See, kids, this is why you should re-check an app/site *before* posting about it: the requested control now appears in the lower right corner of the app. --J.]
Friday demo: Liquid layout in InDesign
I know I already pimped a similar demo the other day, but this one features live Q&A.
Interested in learning how to efficiently create multiple versions of a document? Want to learn how to convert your traditional INDD layout for digital output (EPUB or DPS)? You’ll learn all these things, and much, much more at this Ask a CS Pro! Ben Trissel, Lead Quality Engineer on the InDesign team, will show you some of his favorite tricks – big and small – in InDesign CS6!