769 Keyboard Shortcuts for Web Designers

Keyboard shortcuts help to speed up your workflow, saving you from extra clicks, typing and scrolling. Luckily there are lots of keyboard shortcuts specifically for web designers to make your life easier. 

Try to squeeze a little extra time out of each day.

13 General Keyboard Shortcuts

These general keyboard shortcuts work in many programs for Windows and Mac, however, because they are general if they are not working for you, click on the menus in the program you are using to see the keyboard shortcuts for various functions.

Note: not all programs will support all shortcuts.

General WordPress for Windows

  • Ctrl + c = Copy
  • Ctrl + v = Paste
  • Ctrl + b = Bold
  • Ctrl + i = Italic
  • Ctrl + u = underline
  • Ctrl + x = Cut
  • Ctrl + a = Select All
  • Ctrl + z = Undo
  • Ctrl + s = Save your changes
  • Ctrl + p = Print
  • Ctrl + u = Underline the selected text
  • Ctrl + k = Convert the selected text into a link
  • Alt + Shift + x = Display the selected text in a monospaced font

General WordPress for Mac

  • ⌘ + c = Copy
  • ⌘ + v = Paste
  • ⌘ + b = Bold
  • ⌘ + i = Italic
  • ⌘ + u = underline
  • ⌘ + x = Cut
  • ⌘ + a = Select All
  • ⌘ + z = Undo
  • ⌘ + s = Save your changes
  • ⌘ + p = Print
  • ⌘ + u = Underline the selected text
  • ⌘ + k = Convert the selected text into a link
  • Option + ⌘ + x = Display the selected text in a monospaced font

To show the current list of keyboard shortcuts for WordPress, press Option + ⌘ + h on Mac or Alt + Shift + h on Windows.

36 WordPress Keyboard Shortcuts

Gutenberg for Windows

  • Enter = Add a new block
  • Ctrl + Shift + d = Duplicate the selected block(s)
  • Alt + Shift + z = Remove the selected block(s)
  • Ctrl + Alt + t = Insert a new block before the selected block(s)
  • Ctrl + Alt + y = Insert a new block after the selected block(s)
  • / = Change the block type after adding a new paragraph
  • Esc = Clear selection
  • Ctrl + Shift + z = Redo your last undo
  • Ctrl + Shift + , = Show or hide the settings bar
  • Alt + Shift + o = Open the block navigation menu
  • Alt + Shift + n = Navigate to the next part of the editor
  • Alt + Shift + p = Navigate to the previous part of the editor
  • Alt + F10 = Navigate to the nearest toolbar
  • Ctrl + Shift + Alt + m = Switch between Visual Editor and Code Editor

Gutenberg for Mac

  • Enter = Add a new block
  • / = Change the block type after adding a new paragraph
  • ⌘ + Shift + d = Duplicate the selected block(s)
  • Control + Option + z = Remove the selected block(s)
  • ⌘ + Option + t = Insert a new block before the selected block(s)
  • ⌘ + Option + y = Insert a new block after the selected block(s)
  • Esc = Clear selection
  • ⌘+ Shift + z = Redo your last undo
  • ⌘ + Shift + , = Show or hide the settings bar
  • Option + Control + o = Open the block navigation menu
  • Option + Control + n = Navigate to the next part of the editor
  • Option + Control + p = Navigate to the previous part of the editor
  • fn + Option + F10 = Navigate to the nearest toolbar
  • ⌘ + Option + Shift + m = Switch between Visual and Code Editor

Keyboard Shortcuts for Monitoring Comments in WordPress

The following keyboard shortcuts must be enabled in order to work.

To enable them, from your WordPress dashboard go to: Users > Your Profile > Keyboard Shortcuts

On Windows

  • J = Next comment (moves the current selection down)
  • K = Previous comment (moves the current selection up)
  • A = Approve comment
  • U = Unapprove comment
  • D = Delete comment
  • R = Reply comment
  • Q = Quick edit a comment
  • Z = Restore Comment from Trash or Undo if you Delete a comment

Keyboard Shortcuts for Bulk Actions for Monitoring Comments in WordPress

Press X then J or K to go to the next or previous comments, then use any of the following:

On Windows

  • Shift + A = Approve checked comments
  • Shift + D = Delete checked comments
  • Shift + U = Unapprove selected comments
  • Shift + T = Move selected comments to trash
  • Shift + Z = Restore selected comments from trash

Other Windows WordPress Editor Keyboard Shortcuts

On Windows

  • Ctrl + Z = Undo
  • Ctrl + Y = Redo
  • Alt + Shift + M = Opens the Add Media screen
  • Alt + Shift + W = Enables Distraction Free Writing mode
  • Alt + Shift + T = Inserts a More tag
  • Alt + Shift + P = Inserts a page break
  • Alt + Shift + H = Opens the help screen
  • Alt + Shift + Z = Expands the WordPress Editor formatting bar
  • Shift + Enter = Move down in the editor one line without inserting a full line break.

On Mac

  • + Z = Undo
  • + Y = Redo
  • Option + Ctrl + M = Opens the Add Media screen
  • Option + Ctrl + W = Enables Distraction Free Writing mode
  • Option + Ctrl + T = Inserts a More tag
  • Option + Ctrl + P = Inserts a page break
  • Option + Ctrl + H = Opens the help screen
  • Option + Ctrl + Z = Expands the WordPress Editor formatting bar
  • Shift + Enter = Move down in the editor one line without inserting a full line break.

225 Adobe Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts

Adobe Photoshop Popular Shortcuts

On Windows

  • Control + T = Free Transform
  • Hold down ` (grave accent) = Toggle between painting and erasing with the same brush
  • [ = Decrease Brush Size
  • ] = Increase Brush Size
  • { = Decrease Brush Hardness
  • } = Increase Brush Hardness
  • Left Arrow (anti-clockwise), Right Arrow (clockwise) = Rotate the brush tip by 1 degree
  • Shift + Left Arrow (anti-clockwise), Shift + Right Arrow (clockwise) = Rotate the brush tip by 15 degrees
  • D = Default Foreground/Background colors
  • X = Switch Foreground/Background colors 
  • Alt-click layer = Fit layer(s) to screen 
  • Control + J  = New layer via copy 
  • Shift + Control + J = New layer via cut
  • Any selection tool + Shift-drag = Add to a selection 
  • Alt-click brush or swatch = Delete brush or swatch
  • Control-click = Toggle auto-select with the move tool
  • Ctrl + Alt + P = Close all open documents other than the current document 
  • Escape = Cancel any modal dialog window (including the Start Workspace)
  • Enter = Select the first edit field of the toolbar 
  • Tab = Navigate between fields
  • Tab + Shift = Navigate between fields in the opposite direction
  • Alt = Change Cancel to Reset 


On Mac

  • Command + T = Free Transform
  • Hold down ` (grave accent) =
    Toggle between painting and erasing with the same brush
  • [ = Decrease Brush Size
  • ] = Increase Brush Size
  • { = Decrease Brush Hardness
  • } = Increase Brush Hardness
  • Left Arrow (anti-clockwise), Right Arrow (clockwise) = Rotate the brush tip by 1 degree
  • Shift + Left Arrow (anti-clockwise), Shift + Right Arrow (clockwise) = Rotate the brush tip by 15 degrees 
  • D = Default Foreground/Background colors
  • X = Switch Foreground/Background colors
  • Option-click layer = Fit layer(s) to screen
  • Command + J = New layer via copy
  • Shift + Command + J = New layer via cut
  • Any selection tool + Shift-drag = Add to a selection 
  • Option-click brush or swatch = Delete brush or swatch
  • Command-click = Toggle auto-select with the move tool
  • Command + Option + P = Close all open documents other than the current document
  • Escape = Cancel any modal dialog window (including the Start Workspace)
  • Return = Select the first edit field of the toolbar 
  • Tab - Navigate between fields
  • Tab + Shift = Navigate between fields in the opposite direction
  • Option = Change Cancel to Reset 

Adobe Photoshop: Invoke the search experience

On Windows

  • Control + F = Search across Photoshop UI, Help & Learn content, and Adobe Stock assets. 

On Mac

  • Command + F = Search across Photoshop UI, Help & Learn content, and Adobe Stock assets. 

Adobe Photoshop Use Function Keys

For macOS, press and hold the Fn key along with the function key (F1-F12) to override default macOS functions such as screen brightness, volume, etc. For more information on the behavior of function keys on your Mac, refer to these Apple documentations:

On Windows

  • F1 = Start Help
  • F2 = Cut
  • F3 = Copy
  • F4 = Paste
  • F5 = Show/Hide Brush panel
  • F6 = Show/Hide Color panel
  • F7 = Show/Hide Layers panel
  • F8 = Show/Hide Info panel
  • F9 = Show/Hide Actions panel
  • F12 = Revert
  • Shift + F5 = Fill
  • Shift + F6 = Feather Selection
  • Shift + F7 = Inverse Selection

On Mac

  • F1 = Help 
  • F2 = Cut
  • F3 = Copy
  • F4 = Paste
  • F5 = Show/Hide Brush panel
  • F6 = Show/Hide Color panel
  • F7 = Show/Hide Layers panel
  • F8 = Show/Hide Info panel
  • Option + F9 = Show/Hide Actions panel
  • F12 = Revert
  • Shift + F5 = Fill
  • Shift + F6 = Feather Selection
  • Shift + F7 = Inverse Selection

Adobe Photoshop Select Tools

Holding down a key temporarily activates a tool. Letting go of the key returns to the previous tool.

Note: In rows with multiple tools, repeatedly press the same shortcut to toggle through the group.

On Windows

  • Shift-press shortcut key (if Use Shift Key for Tool Switch preference is selected) = Cycle through tools with the same shortcut key
  • Alt-click + tool (except Add Anchor Point, Delete Anchor Point, and Convert Point tools = Cycle through hidden tools
  • V = Move tool
  • M = Rectangular Marquee tool, Elliptical Marquee tool
  • L = Lasso tool, Polygonal Lasso tool and Magnetic Lasso tool
  • W = Magic Wand tool and Quick Selection tool
  • C = Crop tool, Slice tool and Slice Select tool
  • I = Eyedropper tool, Color Sampler tool, Ruler tool and Note Tool
  • J = Spot Healing Brush tool, Healing Brush tool, Patch tool and Red Eye tool
  • B = Brush tool, Pencil tool, Color Replacement tool and Mixer Brush tool
  • S = Clone Stamp tool and Pattern Stamp tool
  • Y = History Brush tool and Art History Brush tool
  • E = Eraser tool, Background Eraser tool and Magic Eraser tool
  • G = Gradient tool and Paint Bucket tool
  • O = Dodge tool, Burn tool and Sponge tool
  • P = Pen tool and Freeform Pen tool
  • T = Horizontal Type tool, Vertical Type tool, Horizontal Type mask tool and Vertical Type mask tool
  • A = Path Selection tool and Direct Selection tool
  • U = Rectangle tool, Rounded Rectangle tool, Ellipse tool, Polygon tool, Line tool and Custom Shape tool
  • H = Hand tool
  • R = Rotate View tool
  • Z = Zoom tool
  • D = Default Foreground/Background colors
  • X = Switch Foreground/Background colors
  • Q = Toggle Standard/Quick Mask modes
  • J = Content-Aware Move tool
  • C = Perspective Crop tool
  • V = Art board tool
  • R = Rotate View tool
  • / (forward slash) = Toggle Preserve Transparency
  • { = Decrease Brush Hardness
  • } = Increase Brush Hardness
  • , = Previous Brush
  • . = Next Brush
  • < = First Brush
  • > = Last Brush

On Mac

  • Shift-press shortcut key (if Use Shift Key for Tool Switch preference is selected) = Cycle through tools with the same shortcut key
  • Option-click + tool (except Add Anchor Point, Delete Anchor Point, and Convert Point tools) = Cycle through hidden tools
  • V = Move tool
  • M = Rectangular Marquee tool, Elliptical Marquee tool
  • L = Lasso tool, Polygonal Lasso tool and Magnetic Lasso tool
  • W = Magic Wand tool and Quick Selection tool
  • C = Crop tool, Slice tool and Slice Select tool
  • I = Eyedropper tool, Color Sampler tool, Ruler tool and Note Tool
  • J = Spot Healing Brush tool, Healing Brush tool, Patch tool and Red Eye tool
  • B = Brush tool, Pencil tool, Color Replacement tool and Mixer Brush tool
  • S = Clone Stamp tool and Pattern Stamp tool
  • Y = History Brush tool and Art History Brush tool
  • E = Eraser tool, Background Eraser tool and Magic Eraser tool
  • G = Gradient tool and Paint Bucket tool
  • O = Dodge tool, Burn tool and Sponge tool
  • P = Pen tool and Freeform Pen tool
  • T = Horizontal Type tool, Vertical Type tool, Horizontal Type mask tool and Vertical Type mask tool
  • A = Path Selection tool and Direct Selection tool
  • U = Rectangle tool, Rounded Rectangle tool, Ellipse tool, Polygon tool, Line tool and Custom Shape tool
  • H = Hand tool
  • R = Rotate View tool
  • Z = Zoom tool
  • D = Default Foreground/Background colors
  • X = Switch Foreground/Background colors
  • Q = Toggle Standard/Quick Mask modes
  • J = Content-Aware Move tool
  • C = Perspective Crop tool
  • V = Art board tool
  • R = Rotate View tool
  • / (forward slash) = Toggle Preserve Transparency
  • { = Decrease Brush Hardness
  • } = Increase Brush Hardness
  • , = Previous Brush
  • . = Next Brush
  • < = First Brush
  • > = Last Brush 

Adobe Photoshop View Images

This partial list provides shortcuts that don’t appear in menu commands or tool tips.

On Windows

  • Control + Tab = Cycle through open documents
  • Shift + Control + Tab = Switch to previous document
  • Shift-Control-W = Close a file in Photoshop and open Bridge
  • Q = Toggle between Standard mode and Quick Mask mode
  • F = Toggle (forward) between Standard screen mode, Full screen mode with menu bar, and Full screen mode
  • Shift + F = Toggle (backward) between Standard screen mode, Full screen mode with menu bar, and Full screen mode
  • Spacebar + F (or right-click canvas background and select color) = Toggle (forward) canvas color
  • Spacebar + Shift + F = Toggle (backward) canvas color
  • Double-click Hand tool = Fit image in window
  • Double-click Zoom tool or Ctrl + 1 = Magnify 100%
  • Spacebar = Switch to Hand tool (when not in text-edit mode)
  • Shift-drag = Simultaneously pan multiple documents with Hand tool
  • Control + spacebar = Switch to Zoom In tool
  • Alt + spacebar = Switch to Zoom Out tool
  • Spacebar-drag = Move Zoom marquee while dragging with the Zoom tool
  • Shift + Enter in Navigator panel zoom percentage box = Apply zoom percentage, and keep zoom percentage box active
  • Control-drag over preview in Navigator panel = Zoom in on specified area of an image
  • Hold down H and then click in the image and hold down the mouse button = Temporarily zoom into an image
  • Spacebar-drag, or drag view area box in Navigator panel = Scroll image with Hand tool
  • Page Up or Page Down† = Scroll up or down 1 screen
  • Shift + Page Up or Page Down† = Scroll up or down 10 units
  • Home or End = Move view to upper-left corner or lower-right corner
  • \ (backslash) = Toggle layer mask on/off as rubylith (layer mask must be selected) 

On Mac

  • Control + Tab = Cycle through open documents
  • Shift + Command + `(grave accent) = Switch to previous document
  • Shift-Command-W = Close a file in Photoshop and open Bridge
  • Q = Toggle between Standard mode and Quick Mask mode
  • F = Toggle (forward) between Standard screen mode, Full screen mode with menu bar, and Full screen mode
  • Shift + F = Toggle (backward) between Standard screen mode, Full screen mode with menu bar, and Full screen mode
  • Spacebar + F (or right-click canvas background and select color) = Toggle (forward) canvas color
  • Spacebar + Shift + F = Toggle (backward) canvas color
  • Double-click Hand tool = Fit image in window
  • Double-click Zoom tool or Command + 1 = Magnify 100%
  • Spacebar = Switch to Hand tool (when not in text-edit mode)
  • Shift-drag = Simultaneously pan multiple documents with Hand tool
  • Command + spacebar = Switch to Zoom In tool
  • Option + spacebar = Switch to Zoom Out tool
  • Spacebar-drag = Move Zoom marquee while dragging with the Zoom tool
  • Shift + Return in Navigator panel zoom percentage box = Apply zoom percentage, and keep zoom percentage box active
  • Control-drag over preview in Navigator panel = Zoom in on specified area of an image
  • Hold down H and then click in the image and hold down the mouse button = Temporarily zoom into an image
  • Spacebar-drag, or drag view area box in Navigator panel = Scroll image with Hand tool
  • Page Up or Page Down† = Scroll up or down 1 screen
  • Shift + Page Up or Page Down† = Scroll up or down 10 units
  • Home or End = Move view to upper-left corner or lower-right corner
  • \ (backslash) = Toggle layer mask on/off as rubylith (layer mask must be selected) 

Adobe Photoshop Use Puppet Warp

This partial list provides shortcuts that don’t appear in menu commands or tool tips.

On Windows

  • Esc = Cancel completely 
  • Ctrl + Z = Undo last pin adjustment
  • Ctrl + A = Select all pins
  • Ctrl + D = Deselect all pins
  • Shift-click = Select multiple pins
  • Shift-drag = Move multiple selected pins
  • H = Temporarily hide pins 

On Mac

  • Esc = Cancel completely 
  • Command + Z = Undo last pin adjustment
  • Command + A = Select all pins
  • Command + D = Deselect all pins
  • Shift-click = Select multiple pins
  • Shift-drag = Move multiple selected pins
  • H = Temporarily hide pins 

Adobe Photoshop Use Select and Mask

On Windows

  • Control + Alt + R = Open the Select and Mask workspace
  • F = Cycle (forward) through preview modes
  • Shift + F = Cycle (backward) through preview modes
  • X = Toggle between original image and selection preview
  • P = Toggle between original selection and refined version
  • J = Toggle radius preview on and off 

On Mac

  • Command + Option+ R = Open the Select and Mask workspace 
  • F = Cycle (forward) through preview modes
  • Shift + F = Cycle (backward) through preview modes
  • X = Toggle between original image and selection preview
  • P = Toggle between original selection and refined version
  • J = Toggle radius preview on and off 

Adobe Photoshop Use the Filter Gallery

On Windows

  • Alt-click a filter = Apply a new filter on top of selected 
  • Control + Alt + F = Reapply last-used filter
  • Alt-click a disclosure triangle = Open/close all disclosure triangles
  • Control = Change Cancel button to Default
  • Alt = Change Cancel button to Reset
  • Control + Z = Undo/Redo
  • Control + Shift + Z = Step forward
  • Control + Alt + Z = Step backward

On Mac

  • Option-click a filter = Apply a new filter on top of selected
  • Control + Command + F = Reapply last-used filter
  • Option-click a disclosure triangle = Open/close all disclosure triangles
  • Command = Change Cancel button to Default
  • Option = Change Cancel button to Reset
  • Command + Z = Undo/Redo
  • Command + Shift + Z = Step forward
  • Command + Option + Z = Step backward

Adobe Photoshop Use the Liquify Filter

On Windows 

  • W = Forward Warp tool
  • R = Reconstruct tool
  • C = Twirl Clockwise tool
  • S = Pucker tool
  • B = Bloat tool
  • O = Push Left tool
  • M = Mirror tool
  • T = Turbulence tool
  • F = Freeze Mask tool
  • D = Thaw Mask tool
  • Alt + tool = Reverse direction for Bloat, Pucker, Push Left, and Mirror tools
  • Alt-drag in preview with Reconstruct tool, Displace, Amplitwist, or Affine mode selected = Continually sample the distortion
  • Down Arrow/Up Arrow in Brush Size, Density, Pressure, Rate, or Turbulent Jitter text box† = Decrease/increase brush size by 2, or density, pressure, rate, or turbulent jitter by 1
  • Left Arrow/Right Arrow with Brush Size, Density, Pressure, Rate, or Turbulent Jitter slider showing† = Decrease/increase brush size by 2, or density, pressure, rate, or turbulent jitter by 1
  • Tab = Cycle through controls on right from top
  • Shift + Tab = Cycle through controls on right from bottom
  • Option = Change Cancel to Reset
  • Hold down Shift to decrease/increase by 10 

On Mac

  • W = Forward Warp tool
  • R = Reconstruct tool
  • C = Twirl Clockwise tool
  • S = Pucker tool
  • B = Bloat tool
  • O = Push Left tool
  • M = Mirror tool
  • T = Turbulence tool
  • F = Freeze Mask tool
  • D = Thaw Mask tool
  • Option + tool = Reverse direction for Bloat, Pucker, Push Left, and Mirror tools
  • Option-drag in preview with Reconstruct tool, Displace, Amplitwist, or Affine mode selected = Continually sample the distortion
  • Down Arrow/Up Arrow in Brush Size, Density, Pressure, Rate, or Turbulent Jitter text box† = Decrease/increase brush size by 2, or density, pressure, rate, or turbulent jitter by 1
  • Left Arrow/Right Arrow with Brush Size, Density, Pressure, Rate, or Turbulent Jitter slider showing† = Decrease/increase brush size by 2, or density, pressure, rate, or turbulent jitter by 1
  • Tab = Cycle through controls on right from top
  • Shift + Tab = Cycle through controls on right from bottom
  • Option = Change Cancel to Reset
  • Hold down Shift to decrease/increase by 10

Adobe Photoshop Use Vanishing Point

On Windows 

  • X = Zoom 2x (temporary) 
  • Control + + (plus) = Zoom in
  • Control + - (hyphen) = Zoom out
  • Control + 0 (zero), Double-click Hand tool = Fit in view
  • Double-click Zoom tool = Zoom to the center at 100%
  • ] = Increase brush size (Brush, Stamp tools)
  • [ = Decrease brush size (Brush, Stamp tools
  • Shift + ] = Increase brush hardness (Brush, Stamp tools)
  • Shift + [ = Decrease brush hardness (Brush, Stamp tools)
  • Control + Z = Undo last action
  • Control + Shift + Z = Redo last action
  • Control + D = Deselect all
  • Control + H = Hide selection and planes
  • Arrow keys = Move selection 1 pixel
  • Shift + arrow keys = Move selection 10 pixels
  • Control + C = Copy
  • Control + V = Paste
  • Control + Shift + T = Repeat last duplicate and move
  • Control-drag = Fill a selection with image under the pointer
  • Control + Alt-drag = Create a duplicate of the selection as a floating selection
  • Alt + Shift to rotate = Constrain selection to a 15° rotation
  • Control-click the plan = Select a plane under another selected plane
  • Control-drag = Create 90° plane off parent plane
  • Backspace = Delete last node while creating plane
  • Double-click the Create Plane tool = Make a full canvas plane, square to the camera

On Mac

  • X = Zoom 2x (temporary) 
  • Command + + (plus) = Zoom in
  • Command + - (hyphen) = Zoom out
  • Command + 0 (zero), Double-click Hand tool = Fit in view
  • Double-click Zoom tool = Zoom to the center at 100%
  • ] = Increase brush size (Brush, Stamp tools)
  • [ = Decrease brush size (Brush, Stamp tools
  • Shift + ] = Increase brush hardness (Brush, Stamp tools)
  • Shift + [ = Decrease brush hardness (Brush, Stamp tools)
  • Command + Z = Undo last action
  • Command + Shift + Z = Redo last action
  • Command + D = Deselect all
  • Command + H = Hide selection and planes
  • Arrow keys = Move selection 1 pixel
  • Shift + arrow keys = Move selection 10 pixels
  • Command + C = Copy
  • Command + V = Paste
  • Command + Shift + T = Repeat last duplicate and move
  • Command-drag = Fill a selection with image under the pointer
  • Command + Option-drag = Create a duplicate of the selection as a floating selection
  • Option + Shift to rotate = Constrain selection to a 15° rotation
  • Command-click the plane = Select a plane under another selected plane
  • Command-drag = Create 90° plane off parent plane
  • Delete = Delete last node while creating plane
  • Double-click the Create Plane tool = Make a full canvas plane, square to the camera 

Adobe Photoshop Use the Camera Raw Dialog Box

On Windows

  • Z = Zoom tool
  • H = Hand tool
  • I = White Balance tool
  • S = Color Sampler tool
  • C = Crop tool
  • A = Straighten tool
  • B = Spot Removal tool
  • E = Red Eye Removal tool
  • Ctrl + Alt + 1 = Basic panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 2 = Tone Curve panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 3 = Detail panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 4 = HSL/Grayscale panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 5 = Split Toning panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 6 = Lens Corrections panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 7 = Camera Calibration panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 9 = Presets panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + 9 = Open Snapshots panel
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shift + T = Parametric Curve Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shift + H = Hue Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shift + S = Saturation Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shift + L = Luminance Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shift + G = Grayscale Mix Targeted Adjustment tool
  • T = Last-used Targeted Adjustment tool
  • K = Adjustment Brush tool
  • G = Graduated Filter tool
  • ] / [ = Increase/decrease brush size
  • Shift + ] / Shift + [ = Increase/decrease brush feather
  • = (equal sign) / - (hyphen) = Increase/decrease Adjustment Brush tool flow in increments of 10
  • Alt = Temporarily switch from Add to Erase mode for the Adjustment Brush tool, or from Erase to Add mode
  • Alt + ] / Alt + [ = Temporarily switch from Add to Erase mode for the Adjustment Brush tool, or from Erase to Add mode
  • Alt + Shift + ] / Alt + Shift + [ = Increase/decrease temporary Adjustment Brush tool feather
  • Alt + = (equal sign) / Alt + - (hyphen) = Increase/decrease temporary Adjustment Brush tool flow in increments of 10
  • N = Switch to New mode from Add or Erase mode of the Adjustment Brush tool or the Graduated Filter
  • M = Toggle Auto Mask for Adjustment Brush tool
  • Y = Toggle Show Mask for Adjustment Brush tool
  • V = Toggle pins for Adjustment Brush tool
  • V = Toggle overlay for Graduated Filter, Spot Removal tool, or Red Eye Removal tool.
  • L or Ctrl + ] = Rotate image left
  • R or Ctrl + [ = Rotate image right
  • Ctrl + + (plus) = Zoom in
  • Ctrl + - (hyphen) = Zoom out
  • Ctrl = Temporarily switch to Zoom In tool
  • (Doesn’t work when Straighten tool is selected. If Crop tool is active, temporarily switches to Straighten tool.)
  • Alt = Temporarily switch to Zoom Out tool and change the Open Image button to Open Copy and the Cancel button to Reset.
  • P = Toggle preview
  • F = Full screen mode
  • Shift = Temporarily activate the White Balance tool and change the Open Image button to Open Object.
  • (Does not work if Crop tool is active)
  • Click the first point; Shift-click additional points = Select multiple points in Curves panel
  • Control-click in preview = Add point to curve in Curves panel
  • Arrow keys = Move selected point in Curves panel (1 unit)
  • Shift-arrow = Move selected point in Curves panel (10 units)
  • Ctrl + R = Open selected images in Camera Raw dialog box from Bridge
  • Shift + double-click image = Open selected images from Bridge bypassing Camera Raw dialog box
  • Alt-drag Exposure, Recovery, or Black sliders = Display highlights that will be clipped in Preview
  • O = Highlight clipping warning
  • U = Shadows clipping warning
  • Ctrl +1 – 5 = (Filmstrip mode) Add 1 - 5 star rating
  • Ctrl +. (period) / Ctrl+, (comma) = (Filmstrip mode) Increase/decrease rating
  • Ctrl + 6 (Filmstrip mode) Add red label
  • Ctrl + 7 = (Filmstrip mode) Add yellow label
  • Ctrl + 8 = (Filmstrip mode) Add green labe
  • Ctrl + 9 = (Filmstrip mode) Add blue label
  • Ctrl + Shift + 0 = (Filmstrip mode) Add purple label
  • Ctrl + K = Camera Raw preferences
  • Ctrl + Alt (on open) = Deletes Adobe Camera Raw preferences

On Mac

  • Z = Zoom tool
  • H = Hand tool
  • I = White Balance tool
  • S = Color Sampler tool
  • C = Crop tool
  • A = Straighten tool
  • B = Spot Removal tool
  • E = Red Eye Removal tool
  • Command + Option + 1 = Basic panel
  • Command + Option + 2 = Tone Curve panel
  • Command + Option + 3= Detail panel
  • Command + Option + 4 = HSL/Grayscale panel
  • Command + Option + 5= Split Toning panel
  • Command + Option + 6 = Lens Corrections panel
  • Command + Option + 7 = Camera Calibration panel
  • Command + Option + 9 (macOS Universal Access zoom shortcut must be disabled in System Preferences) = Presets panel
  • Command + Option + 9 = Open Snapshots panel
  • Command + Option + Shift + T = Parametric Curve Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Command + Option + Shift + H = Hue Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Command + Option + Shift + S = Saturation Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Command + Option + Shift + L = Luminance Targeted Adjustment tool
  • Command + Option + Shift + G = Grayscale Mix Targeted Adjustment tool
  • T = Last-used Targeted Adjustment tool
  • K = Adjustment Brush tool
  • G = Graduated Filter tool
  • ] / [ = Increase/decrease brush size
  • Shift + ] / Shift + [ = Increase/decrease brush feather
  • = (equal sign) / - (hyphen) = Increase/decrease Adjustment Brush tool flow in increments of 10
  • Option = Temporarily switch from Add to Erase mode for the Adjustment Brush tool, or from Erase to Add mode
  • Option + ] / Option + [ = Temporarily switch from Add to Erase mode for the Adjustment Brush tool, or from Erase to Add mode
  • Option + Shift + ] / Option + Shift + [ = Increase/decrease temporary Adjustment Brush tool feather
  • Option = (equal sign) / Option + - (hyphen) = Increase/decrease temporary Adjustment Brush tool flow in increments of 10
  • N = Switch to New mode from Add or Erase mode of the Adjustment Brush tool or the Graduated Filter
  • M = Toggle Auto Mask for Adjustment Brush tool
  • Y = Toggle Show Mask for Adjustment Brush tool
  • V = Toggle pins for Adjustment Brush tool
  • V = Toggle overlay for Graduated Filter, Spot Removal tool, or Red Eye Removal tool.
  • L or Command + ] = Rotate image left
  • R or Command + [ = Rotate image right
  • Command + + (plus) = Zoom in
  • Command + - (hyphen) = Zoom out
  • Command = Temporarily switch to Zoom In tool
  • (Doesn’t work when Straighten tool is selected. If Crop tool is active, temporarily switches to Straighten tool.)
  • Option = Temporarily switch to Zoom Out tool and change the Open Image button to Open Copy and the Cancel button to Reset.
  • P = Toggle preview
  • F = Full screen mode
  • Shift = Temporarily activate the White Balance tool and change the Open Image button to Open Object.
  • (Does not work if Crop tool is active)
  • Click the first point; Shift-click additional points = Select multiple points in Curves panel
  • Command-click in preview = Add point to curve in Curves panel
  • Arrow keys = Move selected point in Curves panel (1 unit)
  • Shift-arrow = Move selected point in Curves panel (10 units)
  • Command + R = Open selected images in Camera Raw dialog box from Bridge
  • Shift + double-click image = Open selected images from Bridge bypassing Camera Raw dialog box
  • Option-drag Exposure, Recovery, or Black sliders = Display highlights that will be clipped in Preview
  • O = Highlight clipping warning
  • U = Shadows clipping warning
  • Command + 1 – 5 = (Filmstrip mode) Add 1 - 5 star rating
  • Command + . (period) / Command+, (comma) = (Filmstrip mode) Increase/decrease rating
  • Command + 6 = (Filmstrip mode) Add red label
  • Command + 7 = (Filmstrip mode) Add yellow label
  • Command + 8 = (Filmstrip mode) Add green labe
  • Command + 9 = (Filmstrip mode) Add blue label
  • Command + Shift + 0 = (Filmstrip mode) Add purple label
  • Command + K = Camera Raw preferences
  • Option + Shift (on open) = Deletes Adobe Camera Raw preferences

107 GIMP Keyboard Shortcuts

  • F1 = Help
  • Shift+F1 = Context Help
  • R = Rect Select
  • E = Ellipse Select
  • F = Free Select
  • U = Fuzzy Select
  • Shift+O = Select By Color
  • I = Scissors
  • B = Paths
  • O = Color Picker
  • M = Move
  • Shift+C = Crop and Resize
  • Shift+R = Rotate
  • Shift+T = Scale
  • Shift+S = Shear
  • Shift+P = Perspective
  • Shift+F = Flip
  • T = Text
  • Shift+B = Bucket Fill
  • L = Blend
  • N = Pencil
  • P = Paintbrush
  • Shift+E = Eraser
  • A = Airbrush
  • K = Ink
  • C = Clone
  • V = Convolve
  • S = Smudge
  • Shift+D = Dodge/Burn
  • X= Swap Colors
  • D = Default Colors
  • Ctrl+N = New image
  • Ctrl+O = Open image
  • Ctrl+Alt+O = Open image as new layer
  • Ctrl+D = Duplicate image
  • Ctrl+1 = Open recent image 01
  • Ctrl+2 = Open recent image 02
  • Ctrl+3 = Open recent image 03
  • Ctrl+4 = Open recent image 04
  • Ctrl+5 = Open recent image 05
  • Ctrl+6 = Open recent image 06
  • Ctrl+7 = Open recent image 07
  • Ctrl+8 = Open recent image 08
  • Ctrl+9 = Open recent image 09
  • Ctrl+0 = Open recent image 0
  • Ctrl+S = Save image
  • Shift+Ctrl+S = Save under a new name
  • Ctrl+Q = Quit
  • Ctrl+L = Layers
  • Shift+Ctrl+B = Brushes
  • Shift+Ctrl+P = Patterns
  • Ctrl+G = Gradients
  • Shift+Ctrl+T = Tool-Options
  • Ctrl+P = Palettes
  • Shift+Ctrl+I = Info window
  • Shift+Ctrl+N = Navigation window
  • Alt+F4 = Close the window
  • Tab = Jump to next widget
  • Shift+Tab = Jump to previous widget
  • Enter = Set the new value
  • Space = Activate current button or list
  • Ctrl+Alt+PgUp = In a multi-tab dialog, switch tabs
  • Shift+L = Open Location
  • Alt+ up = Up-Folder
  • Alt+ down = Down-Folder
  • Alt+Home = Home-Folder
  • Esc = Close Dialog
  • F10 = Main Menu
  • Shift+F10 = Drop-down Menu
  • F11 = Toggle fullscreen
  • Shift+Q = Toggle quickmask
  • Ctrl+W = Close document window
  • + or Ctrl+Mousewheel = Zoom in
  • - or Ctrl+Mousewheel = Zoom out
  • 1 = Zoom 1:1
  • Ctrl+E = Shrink wrap
  • Shift+Ctrl+E = Fit image in window
  • Shift+Ctrl+R = Toggle rulers
  • Shift+Ctrl+T = Toggle guides
  • Ctrl+Z = Undo
  • Ctrl+Y = Redo
  • Ctrl+C = Copy selection
  • Ctrl+X = Cut selection
  • Ctrl+Shift+C = Copy visible
  • Ctrl+Shift+V = Paste as new image
  • Ctrl+V = Paste clipboard
  • Ctrl+K = Clears selection
  • Shift+Ctrl+C = Named copy selection
  • Shift+Ctrl+X = Named cut selection
  • Shift+Ctrl+V = Named paste clipboard
  • Ctrl+, = Fill with FG Color
  • Ctrl+. = Fill with BG Color
  • Ctrl+: = Fill with Pattern
  • PgUp = Select the layer above
  • PgDn = Select the layer below
  • Home = Select the first layer
  • End = Select the last layer
  • Ctrl+M = Merge visible layers
  • Ctrl+H = Anchar layer
  • Ctrl+T = Toggle selections
  • Ctrl+A = Select all
  • Shift+Ctrl+A = Select none
  • Ctrl+I = Invert selection
  • Shift+Ctrl+L = Float selection
  • Shift+V = Path to selection
  • Ctrl+F = Repeat last plug-in
  • Shift+Ctrl+F = Reshow last plug-in

2 Canva Keyboard Shortcuts

For Windows

  • Ctrl + Shift + K = All text uppercase
  • Alt + Shift + B = Add border around text

For Mac

  • ⌘ + Shift + K = All text uppercase
  • Option + Shift + B = All text uppercase

47 Keyboard Shortcuts for Bootstrap

On Windows

  • Save = Ctrl + S
  • Open = Ctrl + O
  • New = Ctrl + N
  • Copy = Ctrl + C
  • Paste = Ctrl + V
  • Export = Ctrl + E
  • Close = Ctrl + W
  • Publish = Ctrl + U
  • Show ⌘ Palettte = Ctrl + P
  • Toggle Browser Preview = Ctrl + I
  • Ctrl + Shift + V = Paste Linked Component 
  • Ctrl + / = Hide Component
  •   Ctrl + L = Add Component Label
  • Ctrl + D = Duplicate Focused
  •  Item  Delete = Delete Focused Item
  • F2 = Rename Focused Item
  •   Ctrl + = Zoom In
  • Ctrl - = Zoom Out
  • Ctrl + 0 = Reset Zoom

On Mac

  • Save = ⌘ + S
  • Open = ⌘ + O
  • New = ⌘ + N
  • Copy = ⌘ + C
  • Paste = ⌘ + V
  • Export = ⌘ + E
  • Close = ⌘ + W
  • Publish = ⌘ + U
  • Show ⌘ Palettte = ⌘ + P
  • Toggle Browser Preview = ⌘ + I
  • + Shift + V = Paste Linked Component
  • + / = Hide Component
  • + L = Add Component Label
  • + D = Duplicate Focused Item
  • Forward Delete = Delete Focused Item
  • F2 = Rename Focused Item
  • + = Zoom In
  • - = Zoom Out
  • + 0 = Reset Zoom

Bootstrap Keyboard Navigation

On Windows

  • Ctrl + Up Arrow = Focus Parent Component
  • Ctrl + Down Arrow = Focus Child Component
  • Ctrl + Right Arrow = Focus Next Sibling
  • Ctrl + Left Arrow = Focus Previous Sibling
  • Ctrl + Tab = Focus Next Panel
  • Ctrl + Shift + Tab = Focus Previous Panel
  • Ctrl + <1-9> = Switch to N-th Open Design
  • Ctrl + Page Down = Switch to Next Tab In Panel
  • Ctrl + Page Up = Switch to Previous Tab In Panel
  • Ctrl + Enter = Expand Option / Option Group
  • Ctrl + Esc = Reset Option / Option Group 

On Mac

  • + Up Arrow = Focus Parent Component
  • + Down Arrow = Focus Child Component
  • + Right Arrow = Focus Next Sibling
  • + Left Arrow =Focus Previous Sibling
  • + Tab = Focus Next Panel
  • + Shift + Tab = Focus Previous Panel
  • + <1-9> = Switch to N-th Open Design
  • + Page Down = Switch to Next Tab In Panel
  • + Page Up = Switch to Previous Tab In Panel
  • + Enter = Expand Option / Option Group
  • + Esc = Reset Option / Option Group

Text Editing Shortcuts in Bootstrap

On Windows

  • Enter = Edit Text Element
  • Backspace = Empty Text Element And Edit
  • Ctrl + B = Bold
  • Ctrl + I = Italic
  • Ctrl + U = Underline
  • Ctrl + K = Toggle Link
  • Shift + Enter = Insert New Line
  • Shift + Space = Insert Non-Breaking Space (&nbsp;)
  • Ctrl + Backspace = Delete Left Word
  • Ctrl + Delete = Delete Right Word
  • Home = Move To Start Of Line
  • End = Move To End Of Line
  • Ctrl + Left Arrow = Move To Previous Word
  • Ctrl + Right Arrow = Move To Next Word
  • Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow = Select Previous Word
  • Ctrl + Shift + Right Arrow = Select Next Word
  • Ctrl + A = Select All Text 

On Windows

  • Enter = Edit Text Element
  • Delete Empty Text Element And Edit
  • ⌘ + B Bold
  • ⌘ + I Italic
  • ⌘ + U = Underline
  • ⌘ + K = Toggle Link
  • Shift + Enter = Insert New Line
  • Shift + Space = Insert Non-Breaking Space (&nbsp;)
  • Option + Delete Delete Left Word
  • Option + Forward Delete = Delete Right Word
  • ⌘ + Left Arrow = Move To Start Of Line
  • ⌘ + Right Arrow = Move To End Of Line 
  • Option + Left Arrow Move To Previous Word
  • Option + Shift + Left Arrow
    Move To Next Word
  • Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow = Select Previous Word
  • Option + Shift + Right Arrow
    Select Next Word
  • ⌘ + A = Select All Text 

211 Keyboard Shortcuts for Sketch

General Keyboard Shortcuts for Sketch

  • ⌘ C = Copy
  • ⌘ X = Cut
  • ⌘ V = Paste
  • ⌘ ⇧ V = Paste over selection
  • Space  drag = Pan canvas
  • ⌘ ⇧ N = New page
  • fn ↑ = Previous page
  • fn ↓ = Next page
  • ⌘ + = Zoom in
  • ⌘ - = Zoom out
  • Ctrl R = Show / hide rulers
  • Ctrl P = Show / hide pixels
  • Ctrl X = Show / hide pixel grid
  • Ctrl G = Show / hide grid
  • Ctrl L = Show / hide layout
  • Ctrl E = Show / hide slices
  • Ctrl F = Show / hide prototyping
  • ⌘ F = Filter in layer list / components panel
  • ⌘ ⇧ F = Filter in the components panel
  • ⌘ Ctrl K = Run custom plugin
  • ⌘ Z = Undo
  • ⌘ ⇧ Z = New document
  • ⌘ N = Open document
  • ⌘ O = Open documents window
  • ⌘ ⇧ O = Close window
  • ⌘ W = Save document
  • ⌘ S = Duplicate
  • ⌘ ⇧ S = Save as
  • ⌘ ⌥ ⇧ S = Page setup
  • ⌘ ⇧ P = Open preferences
  • ⌘ H = Hide sketch
  • ⌘ Q = Quit Sketch
  • ⌘ ⇧ ? = Open the help menu
  • ⌘ P = Open the prototyping preview window

Keyboard Shortcuts for Inserting Layers into Sketch

You can use the following shortcuts instead of choosing them in the Insert menu.

  • R = Rectangle
  • O = Oval
  • L = Line
  • U = Rounded rectangle
  • V = Vector tool
  • P = Pencil tool
  • T = Text tool
  • A = Artboard tool
  • S = Slice tool
  • H = Hotspot tool
  • ⌥ drag = Draw a new shape from center
  • ⇧ drag = Lock the ratio of shape as you draw it
  • Space drag = Move a new layer before you place it

Selecting Layers in Sketch

  • Click = select a layer
  • Click-and-drag = select multiple layers
  • ⌥ drag = Only select layers within your drag selection
  • Double-click = Select a layer with a group
  • ⌘ click = Select a layer within a group
  • ⌥ click = Select an obscured layer
  • ⌘ A = Select all layers
  • ⌘ ⇧ A = Select all artboards
  • ⇧ click = Add layer to/remove layer from your selection
  • ⌘ ⇧ click = Add layer from a group to your selection
  • ⌘ click = Add layer to selection/deselect layer in Layer List
  • ⇧ click = Select a range of layers in Layer List
  • fn → = Select next Artboard
  • fn ← = Select previous Artboard
  • ⌘ ⇧ J = Reveal selection in Layer List

Moving and Resizing Layers in Sketch

As you move or resize layers, you’ll see smart guides and measurements automatically.

  • ⌥ hover = Display distance between other layers
  • ⌘ D = Duplicate
  • ⌥ drag = Duplicate
  • ⇧ drag = Move layer along X or Y axis
  • ⌘ drag = Move layer and ignore smart guides
  • ⌘ ⌥ drag = Move an obscured layer
  • Arrow keys = Nudge layer any direction by 1 px*
  • ⇧ Arrow keys = Nudge layer any direction by 10 px*
  • ⌘ K = Scale layer
  • ⌥ and resize = Resize layer from center
  • ⇧ and resize = Preserve the layer’s ratio
  • ⌘ → or ↓ = Expand by 1 px
  • ⌘ ← or ↑ = Contract by 1 px
  • ⇧ ⌘ → or ↓ = Expand by 10 px
  • ⇧ ⌘ ← or ↑ = Contract by 10 px
  • Ctrl ⌥ hover = Show distance to baseline/cap height on text layer

Editing Layers in Sketch

When you’ve selected a layer, you can use the following shortcuts:

  • Enter = Edit layer
  • Escape = Finish editing
  • ⌥ Tab = Edit the X position in the inspector
  • ⌫ = Delete layer
  • ⌘ ⌥ C = Copy style
  • ⌘ ⌥ V = Paste style
  • Ctrl S = Sync shared style
  • Ctrl ⌥ S = Reset shared style
  • W = Add to Artboard
  • F = Toggle fill
  • B = Toggle border
  • Ctrl C = Pick color
  • 0 to 9 = Edit layer opactiy
  • ⌘ ⇧ T = Transform shape
  • ⌘ ⇧ R = Rotate layer
  • ⌘ Ctrl M = Use the layer as a mask
  • ⌘ Escape = Return to instance
  • ⌘ ⌥ U = Undo multiple layers
  • ⌘ ⌥ S = Subtract multiple layers
  • ⌘ ⌥ I = Intersect multiple layers
  • ⌘ ⌥ X = Difference multiple layer

Vector Editing in Sketch

  • ⌘ ⌥ O = Open/close path
  • Tab = Select the next point
  • ⌥ = Show all handle control points
  • 1 = Straight point type
  • 2 = Mirrored point type
  • 3 = Disconnected point type
  • 4 = Asymmetric point type
  • Double-click vector point = Toggle point between Straight and Mirrored
  • ⇧ drag vector point = Move point along X or Y axis
  • ⌘ drag handle control point = Convert your selected point to a Disconnected type
  • ⇧ click (when inserting points) = Place new point at a 45º angle
  • ⇧ click path segment = Place new point between existing points
  • ⌘ click path segment = Curve the path between existing points

Text Editing in Sketch

  • ⌘ ⌥ ⇧ V = Paste as rich text
  • ⌘ T = Change typeface
  • ⌘ B = Bold
  • ⌘ I = Italic
  • ⌘ U = Underline
  • ⌘ ⌥ + = Increase font size
  • ⌘ ⌥ - = Decrease font size
  • Ctrl ⌥ L = Increase character spacing
  • Ctrl ⌥ T = Decrease character spacing
  • ⌘ ⇧ { = Align left
  • ⌘ ⇧ | = Align center
  • ⌘ ⇧ } = Alight right
  • ⌘ ⌥  Space = Emoji & symbols
  • ⌘ ⌥ O = Convert to outlines
  • ⇧ Return = Insert a line break

Organizing Layers in Sketch

Use these shortcuts to organize your layers.

  • ⌘ G = Group
  • ⌘ ⇧ G = Ungroup
  • ⌘ R = Rename layer
  • Tab = Select next layer in group
  • ⇧ Tab = Select previous layer in group
  • Enter = Select layer inside group
  • Escape = Selects parent group
  • Click-and-drag layer = Adjust layer hierarchy
  • ⌘ ] = Bring forward
  • ⌘ ⌥ ] = Bring to front
  • ⌘ [ = Send backward
  • ⌘ ⌥ [ = Send to back
  • ⌘ ⌥ ⇧ ↑ = Move up (out of group / artboard)
  • ⌘ Ctrl H = Distribute horizontally
  • ⌘ Ctrl V = Distribute vertically
  • ⌥ click Align buttons = Align layer to artboard
  • ⌘ ⇧ H = Hide / show layer
  • ⌘ ⇧ L = Lock / unlock layer

Exporting Layers in Sketch

  • ⌘ ⇧ E = Export
  • ⌘ E = Export selected layer(s)
  • Drag a layer/thumbnail to Desktop = Export asset
  • Drag a layer/thumbnail to Canvas = Insert flattened duplicate
  • / in layer name = Includes folder in export

Symbols in Sketch

  • ⌘ Y = Create symbol
  • ⌘ ⇧ Y = Detach from symbol
  • ⌘ ⌥ ⇧ Y = Detach all contents from symbol

Zoom and Focus in Sketch

  • ⌘ 0 = Zoom to 100%
  • ⌘ 1 = Zoom to all elements on Canvas
  • ⌘ 2 = Zoom to selected layer(s)
  • ⌘ 3 = Center selected layer(s) in the Canvas
  • Z drag = Zoom to area
  • Z click = Zoom in
  • ⌥ Z click = Zoom out
  • ~ (or § on some keyboards) = Temporarily zoom out to 100%
  • ⌘ Ctrl F = Toggle full screen
  • ⌘ ⌥ 1 = Show / hide layer list
  • ⌘ ⌥ 2 = Show / hide inspector
  • ⌘ . = Enter presentation mode
  • ⌘ ⌥ T = Show / hide toolbar

Text Fields in Sketch

These shortcuts apply when you’re editing a numerical field in the Inspector:

  • ⌥ Tab = Focus inspector
  • Tab = Select next field
  • ⇧ Tab = Select previous field
  • Enter = Confirm change
  • Escape = Clear change
  • ↑ = Increase value by 1
  • ↓ = Decrease value by 1
  • ⇧ ↑ = Increase value by 10
  • ⇧ ↓ = Decrease value by 10
  • ⌥ ↑ = Increase value by 0.1
  • ⌥ ↓ = Decrease value by 0.1
  • ⇧ click and drag label = Adjust value in increments of 10
  • ⌥ click and drag label = Adjust value in increments of 0.1

Resizing Shortcuts in Sketch

When you’re adjusting the height or width of a layer, the following characters give you more control over the starting position of the resize.

  • ⌥ Tab = Focus inspector
  • Tab = Select next field
  • ⇧ Tab = Select previous field
  • Enter = Confirm change
  • Escape = Clear change
  • ↑ = Increase value by 1
  • ↓ = Decrease value by 1
  • ⇧ ↑ = Increase value by 10
  • ⇧ ↓ = Decrease value by 10
  • ⌥ ↑ = Increase value by 0.1
  • ⌥ ↓ = Decrease value by 0.1
  • ⇧ click and drag label = Adjust value in increments of 10
  • ⌥ click and drag label = Adjust value in increments of 0.1

Export Fields Shorthand in Sketch

In the Scale field of the Make Exportable panel in the inspector, the following characters can customize your export sizes.

  • X = Scale multiplier. Eg, 2x will export at twice the size
  • H = Export your layer at a specific height. Eg, 512h
  • W = Export your layer at a specific width. Eg, 512w

Miscellaneous Keyboard Shortcuts in Sketch

These shortcuts are available for specific tools or when you’re performing specific actions.

  • ⇧ on startup = Launch Sketch with all plugins disabled
  • ⌘ ⇧ D = Refresh Data
  • ⌘ Ctrl R = Run the last plugin you used again
  • ⌘ drag selection handle = Rotate layer
  • ⇧ drag when rotating = Snap rotation to 15º increments
  • 0 to 9 = With a gradient stop selected, position it between 0% and 100%
  • = Position selected gradient stop directly between two existing stops

A quick note on custom shortcuts in Sketch...

You can create custom shortcuts for Sketch by opening System Preferences, heading to Keyboard › Shortcuts › App Shortcuts and clicking the add button. In the pop-up menu, select Sketch under the Application drop-down menu and set up your custom shortcut.

Cloud Shortcuts in Sketch

These shortcuts are available when viewing Sketch documents in your web browser.

  • 0 = Zoom to 100%
  • 1 = Fit to Screen
  • + = Zoom in (US Keyboards)
  • = Zoom in (Non-US Keyboards)
  • - = Zoom out
  • Ctrl click = Show Layer Menu
  • ← or → = Navigate Artboards
  • ⌘ / = Show Keyboard Shortcuts Sheet
  • Esc = Hide Keyboard Shortcuts Sheet

15 Keyboard Shortcuts for Elementor

Windows

  • Ctrl + P = Panel / preview
  • Ctrl + Shift + M = Mobile editing
  • Ctrl + Shift + H =  History
  • Ctrl + I = Navigator
  • Ctrl + Shift + L = Template library
  • Ctrl + ? = Keyboard shortcuts
  • Esc = Quit
  • A = Open add element
  • L = Open template
  • T = Open tree view
  • Ctrl + S = Save / publish
  • Ctrl + Shift + P = Preview
  • Ctrl + Z = Undo
  • Ctrl + Shift + Z = Redo
  • Esc = Close active window

Mac

  • Cmd + P = Panel / preview
  • Cmd + Shift + M = Mobile editing
  • Cmd + Shift + H =  History
  • Cmd + I = Navigator
  • Cmd + Shift + L = Template library
  • Cmd + ? = Keyboard shortcuts
  • Esc = Quit
  • A = Open add element
  • L = Open template
  • T = Open tree view
  • Cmd + S = Save / publish
  • Cmd + Shift + P = Preview
  • Cmd + Z = Undo
  • Cmd + Shift + Z = Redo
  • Esc = Close active window

20 Keyboard Shortcuts for Beaver Builder

  • j = Open the Modules tab in the Content panel
  • k = Open the Rows tab in the Content panel
  • l(Lowercase L) = Open the Templates tab in the Content panel
  • ;Open the Saved tab in the Content panel.
  • Ctrl + j (Win) = Open the Save template window
  • ⌘ + j (Mac) = Open the Save template window
  • p = Toggle in or out of Preview mode
  • r = Toggle in or out of responsive editing mode
  • Ctrl+u (Win) = Open Global Settings in the Tools menu
  • ⌘+u (Mac) = Open Global Settings in the Tools menu
  • Ctrl+y (Win) = Open the Layout CSS/JavaScript tab in the Tools menu
  • ⌘+y (Mac) = Open the Layout CSS/JavaScript tab in the Tools menu
  • o = Toggle between dark and light UI modes in the Beaver Builder editing bar
  • Ctrl+i (Win) = Display module search
  • ⌘+i (Mac) = Display module search
  • Ctrl+s (Win) = Forces a Save of the current settings. Equivalent to clicking Save in a Settings panel. Note that edits are automatically saved when soon you click on another item to edit it.
  • ⌘+s (Mac) = Forces a Save of the current settings. Equivalent to clicking Save in a Settings panel. Note that edits are automatically saved when soon you click on another item to edit it.
  • Ctrl+p (Win) = Publish changes without leaving the Beaver Builder editor
  • ⌘+p (Mac) = Publish changes without leaving the Beaver Builder editor
  • Esc (Escape key) =  Close the active window. This shortcut is disabled if there is any risk of data loss, such as Tools settings windows.

16 Keyboard Shortcuts for Thrive Themes

Thrive Architect:

  • Enter = New Paragraph
  • Shift + Enter =New Line
  • Ctrl + C = copy
  • Ctrl + V = paste
  • Ctrl + Shift + V = Paste without Formatting
  • Ctrl + B = bold text
  • Ctrl + I = italic or emphasized text
  • Ctrl + U = underline text
  • Ctrl + K = add hyperlink to selected text
  • Ctrl + S = save your work in Thrive Architect
  • Ctrl + Z = Undo previous action, you can do this multiple time
  • Shift + Left Click = Multiple Select
  • Shift + Left Arrow (or Right Arrow) = select one character to the left or right of the cursor
  • Shift + Ctrl + Left Arrow (or Right Arrow) = select one word to the left or right of the cursor
  • Shift + Down Arrow (or Up Arrow) = Select a full line from the cursor position
  • TAB = Go to the next element on the page

69 Keyboard Shortcuts for Divi

Page Shortcuts

  • Undo = Ctrl + Z
  • Redo = Ctrl + Y / Cmd + Shift + Z
  • Save Page = Ctrl + S
  • Save Page as Draft = Ctrl + Shift + S
  • Exit Visual Builder = Ctrl + E
  • Exit To Backend Builder = Ctrl + Shift + E
  • Responsive Preview Zoom-In = Ctrl + +
  • Responsive Preview Zoom-Out = Ctrl + -
  • Toggle Settings Bar = T
  • Open Page Settings Modal = O
  • Open History Modal = H
  • Open Portability Modal = P
  • List All Shortcuts = ?

 Divi Inline Editor Shortcuts

  • Exit Inline Editor =  Esc

Divi Module Shortcuts

  • Copy Module =Ctrl + C
  • Cut Module = Ctrl + X
  • Paste Module = Ctrl + V
  • Copy Module Design Settings = Alt + Ctrl + C
  • Paste Module Design Settings = Alt + Ctrl + V
  • Disable Module = D
  • Lock Module = L
  • Adjust Padding By 10px = Shift + Drag
  • Mirror Padding Adjustment = Shift + Alt + Drag
  • Adjust Padding To Opposite Side = Alt + Drag
  • Copy Module + Drag
  • Alt + Module Move
  • Change Column Structure = C + 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
  • Make Row Fullwidth = R + F
  • Change Gutter Width = G + 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
  • Increase Row Padding = R + Left/Right/Up/Down
  • Increase Row Padding by 10px = Shift + R + Left/Right/Up/Down
  • Decrease Row Padding = Alt + R + Left/Right/Up/Down
  • Add New Row = R + 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
  • Increase Section Padding = S + Left/Right/Up/Down
  • Increase Section Padding by 10px = Shift + S + Left/Right/Up/Down
  • Decrease Section Padding = Alt + S + Left/Right/Up/Down
  • Add New Section = S + 1 / 2 / 3
  • Open Module Settings = Double Click on module

Divi Modal Shortcuts

  • Close = Esc
  • Undo = Ctrl + Z
  • Redo = Ctrl + Y / Cmd + Shift + Z
  • Save Changes = Enter
  • Switch Tabs = Shift + Tab
  • Toggle Modal Expand = Ctrl + Enter
  • Toggle Modal Snap = Ctrl + Left Arrow / Right Arrow

Divi Backend Builder Shortcuts

The following keyboard shortcuts are available when the Backend Builder is active.

Divi Page Shortcuts

  • Save Page = Ctrl + S
  • Save Page as Draft = Ctrl + Shift + S
  • Undo = Ctrl + Z
  • Redo = Ctrl + Shift + Z
  • Open History = H
  • Open Portability = P
  • Open Page Settings = O

Module Shortcuts

  • Cut Module = Ctrl + X
  • Copy Module = Ctrl + C
  • Paste Module = Ctrl + V
  • Copy Module + Drag
  • Alt + Module Move
  • Disable Module = D
  • Lock Module = L
  • Change Column Structure = C + 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
  • Add New Row = R + 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
  • Add New Section = S + 1 / 2 / 3
  • Open Module Settings = Double Click on module.

Modal Shortcuts

  • Close = Esc
  • Save Changes = Enter
  • Switch Tabs = Shift + Tab
  • Preview Module = Ctrl + P

8 Themify Keyboard Shortcuts

Windows

  • Save = Ctrl + S
  • Duplicate = Ctrl + D
  • Delete = Ctrl + Delete
  • Copy = Ctrl + C
  • Paste = Ctrl + V
  • Paste Styling = Ctrl + Shift + V
  • Move Up = Ctrl + ↑
  • Move Down = Ctrl + ↓

Mac

  • Save = ⌘ + S
  • Duplicate = ⌘ + D
  • Delete = ⌘ + Delete
  • Copy = ⌘ + C
  • Paste = ⌘ + V
  • Paste Styling = ⌘ + Shift + V
  • Move Up = ⌘ + ↑
  • Move Down = ⌘ + ↓

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