This free app has worked on all Mac versions for over a decade and is still current for Catalina 10.15:
WordService provides a large number of commands for working with selected text. Extend your favorite word processor, email app, or web browser e.g. with functions for reformatting text paragraphs, cleaning up tabs, quotes, or line endings. ...
I don't like the behavior of the Tile behavior (slow animation and asks you to tile something to the other side). So, I followed Kewal's method but used the menu titles "Move Window to Left Side of Screen" and "Move Window to Right Side of Screen" (which are hidden menu options that just snap the window to either side, like in Windows/Mac + Better Snap ...
I'd suggest posting this on the Keyboard Maestro Forum in the future – they're very responsive there:
There are a few ways I can think of. First, you could set a variable based on the front application and then use that in the switch/case. This involves "set variable to text" %Application%1%(front application name) and then using switch case based on the ...
If you set the keyword to a letter (l for example), typing l + return will exit the address bar.
This solution is a bit of a workaround, but I think that it should work for you.
First, you can write some AppleScripts that will perform the actions Next, Prev., and Play/Pause. I found some examples here. If you are on macOS Catalina, you will need to replace "iTunes" with "Music", unless you only use Spotify and don't want to check for other open ...
What about the shortcuts to actually go left / right (i.e. choose different applications) within the application switcher?
Release the Command+Tab keys when the highlight is on a selected app to switch to that highlighted app or with the Command key still pressed:
tab – move selection to the right in the app list
` – move selection to the left
h – ...
I have found how to change the focus to other buttons. In the Keyboard preferences, there is a check such as Use keyboard navigation to move focus forward and Shift Tab to move focus backward as it is displayed below. This option is unchecked by default. Checking this option did the job.
Download the zip to your Downloads folder
Enter in Terminal: sudo mv ~/Downloads/displayplacer-master/displayplacer /usr/local/bin/
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/displayplacer
Depending on your Security & Privacy settings you have to allow execution of the file in System Preferences > Security &...
Not all triggers can make an automation run in the background.
When you Arrive, Leave, connect to CarPlay, or use the Before I Leave or Time of Day triggers, or try to automate connecting to Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, your shortcuts will only show up as notifications and won't run in the background. These are the only triggers where a user may not be in control ...
Just reset that.
→ Mission Control
→ Show Desktop
→ Click on right command (F11)
→ Press Command + D
I prefer Command + D because reminds me Windows but you can setup Command + F3 or whatever other combination you like.
There is no built-in way to use a keyboard shortcut to display or hide the accessibility keyboard.
I'm understanding your question to only be about showing & hiding the accessibility keyboard with a keyboard shortcut and not about how to use that keyboard or any other accessibility feature. If that's not correct, please edit your question or add a ...