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Why be only limited to have a single item in your Copy & Paste buffer?! There are several tools out there that can do this, but my favorite (on the mac at least) is Butler.
I typically use Chrome as my browser of choice, and it comes with a plethora of keyboard shortcuts that I find incredibly useful and use constantly. However there are ways to add to those shortcuts too, including a tool called Vimium…
Following on from my IntelliJ shortcuts, here are some useful Mac finder shortcuts…
I attended a talk by Hadi Hariri at JavaOne last week. He introduced a whole bunch of IntelliJ keyboard shortcuts I was not aware of. Very useful talk. I have listed some of the most useful ones below. Or see the official reference card.
As a developer, I frequently need to copy and paste code into Microsoft Word documents, but often want to remove the formatting in the process.
This post explains how to set up a macro, and associate it with a keyboard shortcut, to do the equivalent of Edit -> Paste Special -> Unformatted Text. I have tested it on Word: Mac 2011.
I try to use keyboard shortcuts wherever I can, but struggled recently to find the ‘Diagonal’ key. This post shows how to find it, and any other hidden keys, using Apple’s Keyboard Viewer app.