# Shortcuts

# Linux / Windows

# In the main window

  • Ctrl + N creates a new note with the current date and time in the name
  • Ctrl + + N creates a new note in a new tab
  • Ctrl + + F lets you search for notes (in the name of the note and its content)
  • Alt + F lets you search for notes in all tags / subfolders
  • Alt + + P switches to the previous workspace
  • Ctrl + + E edits an encrypted note
  • Alt + R removes the current note
  • Alt + + U checks for updates
  • Ctrl + + T opens the todo list
  • Ctrl + + O opens the current note in an external editor
  • Alt + + O opens the current note in a view
  • Alt + + F shows the current note in the file manager
  • Alt + + E enables or disables editing of notes
  • Alt + Up jumps to the previous visible note
    • alternate shortcut is Ctrl + PgUp
  • Alt + Down jumps to the next visible note
    • alternate shortcut is Ctrl + PgDown
  • Alt + PgUp jumps to the previous note tab
  • Alt + PgDn jumps to the next note tab
  • Ctrl + W closes the current note tab
  • Ctrl + + D toggles the distraction free mode
    • you can also close it with Esc
  • Ctrl + P prints the current note as text
  • Ctrl + + P prints the current note as markdown
  • Ctrl + + V pastes notes, images and html from the clipboard
  • Ctrl + , opens the settings
  • Alt + + A adds a new tag to a note
  • Ctrl + + R reloads the current note folder
  • Ctrl + Alt + F lets you select a different note folder
  • Ctrl + + S reloads the scripting engine
  • Ctrl + + M hides or shows the main menu bar
  • Ctrl + + A lets you search for actions
  • Ctrl + S manually saves modified notes
  • Alt + + I opens the Script repository dialog
  • F4 jumps to the note edit panel
  • F5 jumps to the note list
  • F6 jumps to the tags panel
  • F6 jumps to the note subfolder panel
  • F10 activates the context menu of the current widget
  • F11 toggles full-screen mode
  • Alt + + H copies the headline of the current note
  • Down or Tab sets the focus to the note list
  • Return creates a new note with the text from the search bar as headline

# In the note list

  • Ctrl + A selects all notes (to move, copy or remove them with a right click)
  • Tab or Return lets you edit the current note

# In the note text edit panel

  • Ctrl + Click on a link to open it
  • Ctrl + F lets you search in the current note
    • use the Up and Down keys or F3 and + F3 keys to jump to the previous and next matches
    • Esc closes the search bar
  • Ctrl + R lets you search and replace in the current note
  • Ctrl + D duplicates the current line or the selected text
    • Ctrl + Alt + Down does the same
  • Alt + Backspace deletes the current line
  • Ctrl + Backspace deletes the current word
  • Ctrl + L opens a dialog to add a link to another note or an URL (also works on selected text)
  • Ctrl + T inserts the current date in ISO 8601 format
  • Ctrl + + I inserts an image (the image will be copied to the media folder in the current notes folder)
  • Ctrl + + X inserts an attachment (the file will be copied to the attachments folder in the current notes folder)
  • Alt + + T inserts a table
  • Ctrl + + C inserts a code block at the current position
  • Ctrl + + B inserts a block quote at the current position
  • Ctrl + B formats the selected text bold
  • Ctrl + I formats the selected text italic
  • Ctrl + U formats the selected text underline
  • Alt + + S strikes out the selected text
  • Ctrl + + U cycles through the cases of the selected text
  • Tab indents the selected text (also works on multiple lines)
    • + Tab un-indents the selected text
  • Tab after an unordered list character indents the list item
    • + Tab after an unordered list character un-indents the list item
  • Return in lists creates a new list item
  • Alt + Left jumps back in the note history
    • Alt + Right jumps forward in the note history
  • Ctrl + + 1..9 sets a note bookmark on bookmark slot 1..9
  • Ctrl + 0..9 jumps to the note bookmark on bookmark slot 0..9
  • Ctrl + + increases the note text font size by one point
  • Ctrl + - decreases the note text font size by one point
  • Ctrl + 0 resets the note text font size
  • Ctrl + Space tries to solve simple equations like (4+5)*3= in front of the cursor, auto-completes text or opens urls
  • Ctrl + + H inserts a headline from the note filename at the top of the note
  • Alt + + X splits the current note into two notes at the current cursor position
  • Alt + + W searches for the selected text on the web
  • Ctrl + Up scrolls the content up
  • Ctrl + Down scrolls the content down
  • Ctrl + + Down moves the current line down
  • Ctrl + + Up moves the current line up
  • + Return adds two spaces and a newline character to force a markdown newline

# In the note preview panel

  • Ctrl + F lets you search in the current note
    • use the Up and Down keys or F3 and + F3 keys to jump to the previous and next matches
    • Esc closes the search bar

# In the Todo list

  • Ctrl + S saves the current todo item
  • Ctrl + I saves the current todo item and inserts in into the current note
  • Ctrl + R removes the current todo item

# macOS

# In the main window

  • + N creates a new note with the current date and time in the name
  • + + N creates a new note in a new tab
  • + + F lets you search for notes (in the name of the note and its content)
  • Ctrl + F lets you search for notes in all tags / subfolders
  • Ctrl + + P switches to the previous workspace
  • + + E edits an encrypted note
  • Ctrl + R removes the current note
  • Ctrl + + U checks for updates
  • + + T opens the todo list
  • + + O opens the current note in an external editor
  • Ctrl + + O opens the current note in a view
  • Ctrl + + F opens the folder of the current note in Finder
  • Ctrl + + E enables or disables editing of notes
  • Ctrl + Up jumps to the previous visible note
    • alternate shortcut is + PgUp
  • Ctrl + Down jumps to the next visible note
    • alternate shortcut is + PgDown
  • Alt + PgUp jumps to the previous note tab
  • Alt + PgDn jumps to the next note tab
  • + W closes the current note tab
  • + + D toggles the distraction free mode
    • you can also close it with Esc
  • + P prints the current note as text
  • + + P prints the current note as markdown
  • + Ctrl + V pastes notes, images and html from the clipboard
  • + , opens the settings
  • Ctrl + + A adds a new tag to a note
  • + + R reloads the current note folder
  • + Ctrl + F lets you select a different note folder
  • + + S reloads the scripting engine
  • + + M hides or shows the main menu bar
  • + + A lets you search for actions
  • + S manually saves modified notes
  • Ctrl + + I opens the Script repository dialog
  • F4 jumps to the note edit panel
  • F5 jumps to the note list
  • F6 jumps to the tags panel
  • F6 jumps to the note subfolder panel
  • F10 activates the context menu of the current widget
  • + F11 toggles full-screen mode
  • Ctrl + + H copies the headline of the current note

# In the note search bar

  • Down or Tab sets the focus to the note list
  • Return creates a new note with the text from the search bar as headline

# In the note list

  • + A selects all notes (to move, copy or remove them with a right click)
  • Tab or Return lets you edit the current note

# In the note text edit panel

  • + Click on a link to open it
  • + F lets you search in the current note
    • use the Up and Down keys or F3 and + F3 keys to jump to the previous and next matches
    • Esc closes the search bar
  • + R lets you search and replace in the current note
  • + D duplicates the current line or the selected text
    • + Ctrl + Down does the same
  • + Backspace deletes the current line
  • Ctrl + Backspace deletes the current word
  • + L opens a dialog to add a link to another note or an URL (also works on selected text)
  • + T inserts the current date in ISO 8601 format
  • + + I inserts an image (the image will be copied to the media folder in the current notes folder)
  • + + X inserts an attachment (the file will be copied to the attachments folder in the current notes folder)
  • Ctrl + + T inserts a table
  • + + C inserts a code block at the current position
  • + + B inserts a block quote at the current position
  • + B formats the selected text bold
  • + I formats the selected text italic
  • + U formats the selected text underline
  • Ctrl + + S strikes out the selected text
  • + + U cycles through the cases of the selected text
  • Tab indents the selected text (also works on multiple lines)
    • + Tab un-indents the selected text
  • Tab after an unordered list character indents the list item
    • + Tab after an unordered list character un-indents the list item
  • Return in lists creates a new list item
  • + Ctrl + Left jumps back in the note history
    • + Ctrl + Right jumps forward in the note history
  • + + 1..9 sets a note bookmark on bookmark slot 1..9
  • + 0..9 jumps to the note bookmark on bookmark slot 0..9
  • + + increases the note text font size by one point
  • + - decreases the note text font size by one point
  • + 0 resets the note text font size
  • + Space tries to solve simple equations like (4+5)*3= in the current line in front of the cursor, auto-completes text or opens urls
  • + + H inserts a headline from the note filename at the top of the note
  • Ctrl + + X splits the current note into two notes at the current cursor position
  • Ctrl + + W searches for the selected text on the web
  • + Up scrolls the content up
  • + Down scrolls the content down
  • + Return adds two spaces and a newline character to force a markdown newline

# In the note preview panel

  • + F lets you search in the current note
    • use the Up and Down keys or F3 and + F3 keys to jump to the previous and next matches
    • Esc closes the search bar

# In the Todo list

  • + S saves the current todo item
  • + I saves the current todo item and inserts in into the current note
  • + R removes the current todo item