View Mac keyboard shortcuts in the current application

CheatSheet is lets you view available keyboard shortcuts in your current application. Just hold the ⌘-Key a bit longer to get a list of all active short cuts of the current application. It's as simple as that.

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Super useful, especially for those transitioning from Windows to the Mac (👋 @corleyh).
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@rrhoover DOWNLOADED and using already! This is so helpful! I also added it to my helpful tools collection! 😀
@corleyh @rrhoover perfect timing! :)
@rrhoover Dude, is there anything we don't have in common? I'm a recovering Windows user too (been on Mac for several months now).
@dharmesh we're twins, Dharmesh.
@corleyh @rrhoover Is this not reinventing the (KeyCue) wheel? I'm a long time KeyCue owner (frankly of the Ergonis suite, Typinator is the killer app) and I don't see anything wrong with their rock solid and steadily supported keyboard shortcut app at all. This just looks like a copycat app. Am I missing something here?
I'm a bigger fan of This tosses a growl notification when you perform an action that has a shortcut.
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@twnsndco This is more of what I was looking for :)
This is on my 'Must Install' apps list for OSX
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This is really cool and I dig it, but why does it need to take up the entire screen? Can't the white box resize depending on how many shortcuts are being shown?
I've been using this for a few months now and I absolutely love it. I've learned a ton of new shortcuts for Photoshop, Chrome, and even apps like Apple Mail and so on. Phenomenal tool. By the way, you can change the launch delay so that you only open it deliberately. Very easy to change that in "settings".