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Keystroke for clean note window (Read 2615 times)
Ted Goranson
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Keystroke for clean note window
Jun 26th, 2013, 11:33pm
Many times I want to see it all: Title, sidebar and key attributes. But sometimes I just want a clean window. I know I can use the widget at the bottom of the window to hide these things individually. And there is a menu command and keystroke for hide/show sidebar. What I'd like is a keystroke for each of these three, or failing that a single keystroke to hide/show all three.

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Mark Anderson
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Re: Keystroke for clean note window
Reply #1 - Jun 27th, 2013, 4:32am
How about [Cmd]+[Ctrl]+[T]? It works for me in v5.12.1.  See more: here and here (in the latter page use in-page search for 'sidebar').

As far as I know, there is no shortcut to show/hide the title bar in a note, but it can be controlled via the Boolean attribute $ShowTitle. You could easily make a toggling stamp with code like this:


That will work regardless of whether the doc default for $ShowTitle is set to true or false (as-installed app default is false).

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