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On this great Ruby on Rails screencast, every time a shortcut combination is pressed it shows up on top of the screen, and it shows up so often that I find it hard to believe it was placed by hand when editing the movie. Is there any application that does this?

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Not sure which specific screencast you're speaking of, but they may be using Keycastr.

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Actually, I'm sorry, it wasn't a Textmate screencast, it was the "Ruby on Rails 15 Minute Blog" screencast. It's this program, no doubt! Thanks a lot, I had searched this before to no avail. –  Solivagant Oct 25 '10 at 19:39

For the sake of completeness: Boinx Software's Mouseposé does this (and a lot more) as well ($17).

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+1 Mousesposé is very good :) –  Martín Marconcini Oct 26 '10 at 13:43

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