Keybindings in TagSpaces

Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of two or more keys that you can use to perform a specific task that would typically require more than one mouse click. They are very useful and can make it easier to work with your software, saving you time and effort as you work with TagSpaces and other applications.

To use a keyboard shortcut, hold down one or more keys while pressing the last key of the shortcut. For example, to use the shortcut Ctrl + C on Windows and Linux or Command - C on Mac OS X, hold down Ctrl button, press C and then release both keys.

TagSpaces like a much of modern software also provides a range of keyboard shortcuts for better experience with it. Please find the list of the currently supported keyboard shortcuts bellow.

Default keybindings

General

Action Key binding on Windows/Linux Key binding on OS X
Show Keybinding Help F1 F1
Reload the application F5 F5
Fullscreen mode F11 F11
Show developer tools F12 F12
Show tag libray s t s t
Show directory navigator s f s f

Working with documents

Action Key binding on Windows/Linux Key binding on OS X
Open document enter enter
Open document in the default external programm ctrl + enter ctrl + enter
Rename document F2 F2
Delete document(s) del ?
Open the search box control + f ⌘ + f
Tag document(s) control + t ⌘ + t
Select/open the next document right or down right or down
Select/open the previous document left or up left or up
Select all documents control + a ⌘ + a
Edit the currently opened document control + e ⌘ + e
Save the currently opened document control + s ⌘ + s
Reload the currently opened document control + r ⌘ + r
Close the currently opened document control + w ⌘ + w
Open the properties of the currently opened document alt+enter alt+enter

Global keybindings

These keybindings are available even if TagSpaces is currently not in focus, but running in background for example in the system's tray.

Action Key binding on Windows/Linux Key binding on OS X
Show TagSpaces control + alt + w ⌘ + alt + w
Create new text document control + alt + n ⌘ + alt + n
Open next document control + alt + s ⌘ + alt + s
Open previous document control + alt + a ⌘ + alt + a
Pause/resume playback control + alt + p ⌘ + alt + p

Changing the keybindings

Some of the keybindings are configurable. To change them, click on View menu item from the main menu and choose Settings. In the setting dialog, open the tab KEY BINDINGS.

TagSpaces options

Here you can see all the keyboard shortcuts by default in TagSpaces, and what actions they perform. You also have the ability to change keyboard shortcuts by clicking on the field in which they were written. Before changing any of the binding, please read the following short instructions:

  • For modifier keys you can use shift, ctrl, alt, option, meta, command and mod. The last one is special modifier allowing us to refer to the control and command key on Windows/Linux and OS X operating systems respectively.
  • Other special keys are backspace, tab, enter, return, capslock, esc, escape, space, pageup, pagedown, end, home, left, up, right, down, ins and del.
  • Any other key you should be able to reference by name like a, /, $, *, =.
  • You can assign many keys to a single operation, simply by separating them by ,.

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