As you can probably tell from this blog, I’m a big fan of QuicKeys 4.0. Though I haven’t done a lot to promote this blog, I still post tutorials sharing whatever I learn and find useful about the program.
For Mac users who are fairly new to QuicKeys, I have made available 25 shortcuts that you can be imported into QuicKeys, customized—if need be—and ran on your computer.
Click here to download the Macro Pack
How to Import Macros
From within QuicKeys, select the menu item, File > Import Shortcuts
Importing makes the new shortcuts immediately available.
You can customize these macros any way you like. They are mainly basic macros that provide you ideas for what you can do with QuicKeys 4.0. A description of each macro can be read by clicking “I“ at the bottom of QuicKeys macro, and click on Shortcut Comments.
You can change the trigger, scope, and other related items of a macro.
Many of these macros are set to trigger in the Quickeys Menu.
Click on the QuicKeys icon in your bar to access them. If a macro is scoped to a particular application, you will need to have that application running and front most on your desktop in order to run the assigned macro.
Again, be sure to open the micros in the QuicKeys editor and preview them before you run them.