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#1 Steve Raine

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Posted 17 May 2009 - 08:43 PM

Hey folks--

I'm selecting a keyboard shortcut for MacJournal to open a "new note".

Aware of the many Accordance shortcuts, as well as those of other programs, what is the best way to select a keyboard combination and minimize the chance for conflicts?

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#2 Joe Weaks

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Posted 18 May 2009 - 12:05 AM

Steve,
As someone who makes good use of lots of global key commands, I deal with this type of question a lot.
What is the the default shortcut?
What I do, is I use a similar scheme for similar functions. But if this is just one single command you use for MacJournal, that's less help. I'm assuming this is some type of command that creates a new note in MacJournal no matter where you are, possibly grabbing the selection?
Will ⌃ n work? or possibly ⌃⇧ n? I don't immediately think of a conflict among Accordance, Word, System functions, etc.
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