These shortcuts should work in all versions of Mac OS X and with all Cocoa based apps, including Safari, Chrome, TextEdit, Pages and the iWork suite, and most other Mac apps and text editors. Update: These keyboard shortcuts will also work with iOS devices that have a keyboard attached via Bluetooth or through a dock. Mac OS X Finder Keyboard Shortcuts. The Mac OS X Lion Finder helps you access and organize most of the important Mac OS X functions while you work. Use Finder keyboard shortcuts to display windows, copy and move files, and launch applications. These keyboard shortcuts help you get things done more efficiently. Now I am going to show you how to select all files and folders in Mac using mouse, trackpad or keyboard shortcuts as follows:- 1. Using Mouse or Trackpad: Locate the files and folders which you want to select, right click on an empty space anywhere inside that folder and choose select all from the list. For example, if you're sending a recipe and you want to italicize all the measurements, you can italicize the first one, then copy the style, and paste it to all the other measurements. Not using Apple Mail? Check out our posts on Gmail shortcuts and Outlook shortcuts instead. Originally published Nov 18, 2015 7:00:00 AM, updated March 28 2017. Cool shortcut keys for Mac 1. Invert display colors. A truly psychedelic key combination. This shortcut inverts all the colors on your Mac's screen to their opposites. Try it, and your world will never be the same. On the flip side, you can find a few practical applications for this command, for example, to adjust your screen to different lighting.
- Editor Shortcuts
- Keyboard Shortcuts for Comments
Editor Shortcuts Editor Shortcuts
In the WordPress visual editor you can use a combination of keys to do things that normally need a mouse, trackpad or other input device. Rather than reaching for your mouse to click on the toolbar, you can use the following keyboard shortcuts:
Windows and Linux use “Ctrl + letter”, Mac uses “Command (⌘) + letter”.
Ctrl + key Ctrl + key
Alt + Shift + key Alt + Shift + key
The following shortcuts use a different key combination: Windows/Linux: “Alt + Shift (⇧) + letter”. Mac: “Ctrl + Option (alt ⌥) + letter”. (Macs running any WordPress version below 4.2 use “Alt + Shift (⇧) + letter”).
Formatting Shortcuts Formatting Shortcuts
Formatting Shortcuts while using visual editor (Since Version 4.3)
Keyboard Shortcuts for Comments Keyboard Shortcuts for Comments
Beginning with WordPress Version 2.7, the ability to use keyboard shortcuts to browse and moderate comments was introduced. These keyboard shortcuts are designed to save time by allowing you to rapidly navigate and perform actions on comments. If your blog gets a large number of comments, you will find these shortcuts especially useful.
Activating Keyboard Shortcuts Activating Keyboard Shortcuts
Keyboard shortcuts are enabled on a per-user setting, and can be turned on by visiting the Profile panel in Administration Screens > Users > Your Profile. Check the Keyboard Shortcuts checkbox to enable keyboard shortcuts for comment moderation.
Please note, the keyboard shortcuts are designed to use both hands, simultaneously, on a QWERTY style keyboard layout.
The Meaning of Selected The Meaning of Selected
The keyboard shortcuts are used for navigation and for actions. For any action to affect a comment, that comment must be first selected. The comment that is considered selected is indicated with a light-blue background. By default, no comment is selected, so, you will need to press either the letter j key, or letter k key, to start navigating.
Using Keyboard Shortcuts to Navigate Comments Using Keyboard Shortcuts to Navigate Comments
Navigating comments is accomplished with the j and k keys. When you first visit the Comments page, no comments is selected, so, first press the letter j, or the letter k, to select the first comment. After that, just press the letter j to move the select to the next comment.
- Pressing j moves the current selection (light-blue background) down.
- Pressing k moves the current selection (light-blue background) up.
Note that if you come to the bottom of a page of comments and press j again, you will be taken to the next page and the first comment of that next page will be selected. Likewise, pressing k at the top of a comment page will zoom you to the previous page, selecting the comment at the bottom of that previous page. This makes it very easy to navigate through a long list of comments to perform the necessary actions.
Using Keyboard Shortcuts to Perform Actions on Comments Using Keyboard Shortcuts to Perform Actions on Comments
For one of these actions to affect a comment, make sure the comment is first selected (see above).
- Pressing a approves the currently selected comment.
- Pressing s marks the current comment as spam.
- Pressing d moves the comment to the trash (WordPress 2.9) or deletes the current comment.
- Pressing z restores the current comment from the trash or activates the Undo when that row is selected.
- Pressing u unapproves the currently selected comment, placing it back into moderation.
- Pressing r initiates an inline reply to the current comment (you can press Esc to cancel the reply).
- Pressing q activates “Quick Edit” which allows for rapid inline editing of the current comment.
- Pressing e navigates to the edit screen for the current comment.
Bulk Actions Bulk Actions
You can also perform an action on multiple comments at once. First, you’ll need to select the comments for the bulk action, using the x key to check the checkbox for the currently selected comment. Shift-x can be used to toggle the checkboxes, inverting their state. Once you have some comments checked:
- Pressing Shift-a approves the checked comments.
- Pressing Shift-s marks the checked comments as spam.
- Pressing Shift-d deletes the checked comments.
- Pressing Shift-u unapproves the checked comments.
- Pressing Shift-t moves the checked comments to the Trash.
- Pressing Shift-z restores the checked comments from the Trash.
Getting a new Mac always seems a pretty big deal, it is the best gadget in the market after all. It has all the amazing specifications, pretty good design, and above all a software that runs so smoothly that you won’t experience lags – at all!! But getting a new device means having to learn a lot about the software and controls of the same. When you begin to use a MacBook for work, one of the first confusing tasks would be to Select All On Mac.
Working with a top class model like a Macbook is super fun, but sometimes we get confused about how a few simple tasks might seem so tough. Take an example of a screenshot. When you want to take a screenshot of the screen in a Windows Computer, the method is really simple. You just have to press the “PrtSc” key and the screenshot is captured. But it is quite different in the Mac computer. You have designated the snipping tool in the Mac to do the task.
Let’s begin with the tutorial on Select Multiple Files Mac
Shortcuts For Mac Select All Rows
How To Select All On Mac Keyboard
Using a keyboard, you can select all files very easily. It takes just two keys to select multiple files at the same time.
Step #1 Go to the folder in which you will find the items that you want to select. It need not be a folder, it could be a webpage, documents, or even the desktop of the computer,
Step #2 Using your Macbook’s mouse, click anywhere on the screen. This will allow the desired window to be active while you select the files.
Step #3 Press the “command key ⌘” and “A” simultaneously on your keyboard.
Step #4 Everything on the active window should be highlighted. This includes images, text, folders, files, or documents.
Now you can copy, move, delete, or cut the highlighted items all together at the same time.
How To Select On Mac
Mac Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet
This method describes how you can select multiple files using your mouse or trackpad.
Step #1 Open the File, Folder, or Window in which you have to make the selection.
Step #2 Place your cursor in one of the corners of the folder. You can start from the top-left corner of the folder.
Step #3 Click and drag the cursor to the bottom-right corner, do not remove your finger from the mouse.
Step #4 All the files including images, texts, or folders will be highlighted now and you can use them as and when you want, copy, cut, delete, or move them.
You can select all feature to Select All Files In A Folderor to select the texts in a document. You can even select the content of a webpage and copy it to a text document in your computer. You can use the keyboard shortcut, ie., Command button + A, or use the mouse, you can select multiple files in one go.
This was my take on using the Select all feature in a Mac computer. If you know any other method or tools that we could all use, please share with us in the comment section.