(Mac) keyboard shortcuts to navigate the picture grid
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Jun 20, 2013 at 1:32 pm #85484panoramicaGuest
Thanks for a great app. FWIW I’ve moved to Musique from Enqueue, which was too minimal for me and didn’t over a file browser.
I’m using Remote Buddy to program my Apple Remote to control Musique. I’m basically assigning keyboard shortcuts to hardware buttons.
I can manage the playlist fine, but I wonder if there are any shortcuts to navigate the picture grid, jump in and out of folders, and start playback of a track that is not already in the playlist.
This is what I have so far:
HOME: move to top left of grid
END: move to bottom right of grid
PAGE UP/DOWN: move up/down by 5 grid squares
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT ARROW: move around the picture grid by 1 grid square
OPTION + LEFT ARROW: go up a level when navigating the grid (at the top level the focus is then lost to the playlist)
CONTROL/SHIFT + COMMAND + SPACE: deselect/select a grid square (to what end?)
DanSep 16, 2013 at 1:17 pm #88539ChachouGuest
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