Ubuntu On Macos

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Creating a bootable Ubuntu USB stick is very simple, especially from Ubuntu itself, and we’re going to cover the process in the next few steps. Alternatively, we also have tutorials to help you create a bootable USB stick from both Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS. To install Ubuntu on macOS, Linux or Windows, we can dual boot Ubuntu alongside any operating system. Instead of dual boot, a virtual machine is an alternate solution to install and test all new.

  • Frequently Used Shortcut Keys
  • Change Shortcut Keys
    • Windows / Linux


You can use shortcut keys to quickly insert or modify styles or do other operations supported by Typora.

You can find shortcut keys in the right side of each menu items from menu bar.

Frequently Used Shortcut Keys



On macOS, you can press Esc key to open inline preview for inline math, auto-complete for emoji, etc.


FunctionHotkey (Windows/Linux)Hotkey (macOS)
NewCtrl + NCommand + N
New WindowCtrl + Shift + NCommand +Shift + N
New Tab(Not Supported)Command + T
OpenCtrl + OCommand + O
Open QuicklyCtrl + PCommand + Shift + O
Reopen Closed FileCtrl + Shift + TCommand + Shift + T
SaveCtrl + SCommand + S
Save As / DuplicateCtrl + Shift + SCommand + Shift + S
PreferenceCtrl + ,Command + ,
CloseCtrl + WCommand + W


FunctionHotkey (Windows/Linux)Hotkey (macOS)
New ParagraphEnterEnter
New LineShift + EnterShift + Enter
CutCtrl + XCommand + X
CopyCtrl + CCommand + C
PasteCtrl + VCommand + V
Copy As MarkdownCtrl + Shift + CCommand + Shift + C
Paste As Plain TextCtrl + Shift + VCommand + Shift + V
Select AllCtrl + ACommand + A
Select Line/Sentence
Select Row (in table)
Ctrl + LCommand + L
Delete Row (in table)Ctrl + Shift + BackspaceCommand + Shift + Backspace
Select Style Scope
Select Cell (in table)
Ctrl + ECommand + E
Select WordCtrl + DCommand + D
Delete WordCtrl + Shift + DCommand + Shift + D
Jump to TopCtrl + HomeCommand + ↑
Jump to SelectionCtrl + JCommand + J
Jump to ButtomCtrl + EndCommand + ↓
FindCtrl + FCommand + F
Find NextF3 / EnterCommand + G / Enter
Find PreviousShift + F3 / Shift + EnterCommand + Shift + G / Shift + Enter
ReplaceCtrl + HCommand + H


FunctionHotkey (Windows/Linux)Hotkey (macOS)
Heading 1 to 6Ctrl + 1/2/3/4/5/6Command + 1/2/3/4/5/6
ParagraphCtrl + 0Command + 0
Increase Heading LevelCtrl + =Command + =
Decrease Heading LevelCtrl + -Command + -
TableCtrl + TCommand + Option + T
Code FencesCtrl + Shift + KCommand + Option + C
Math BlockCtrl + Shift + MCommand + Option + B
QuoteCtrl + Shift + QCommand + Option + Q
Ordered ListCtrl + Shift + [Command + Option + O
Unordered ListCtrl + Shift + ]Command + Option + U
IndentCtrl + [ / TabCommand + [ / Tab
OutdentCtrl + ] / Shift + TabCommand + ] / Shift + Tab


FunctionHotkey (Windows/Linux)Hotkey (macOS)
StrongCtrl + BCommand + B
EmphasisCtrl + ICommand + I
UnderlineCtrl + UCommand + U
CodeCtrl + Shift + `Command + Shift + `
StrikeAlt + Shift + 5Control + Shift + `
HyperlinkCtrl + KCommand + K
ImageCtrl + Shift + ICommand + Control + I
Clear FormatCtrl + Command +


FunctionHotkey (Windows/Linux)Hotkey (macOS)
Toggle SidebarCtrl + Shift + LCommand + Shift + L
OutlineCtrl + Shift + 1Command + Control + 1
ArticlesCtrl + Shift + 2Command + Control + 2
File TreeCtrl + Shift + 3Command + Control + 3
Source Code ModeCtrl + /Command + /
Focus ModeF8F8
Typewriter ModeF9F9
Toggler FullscreenF11Command + Option + F
Actual SizeCtrl + Shift + 0(Not Supported)
Zoom InCtrl + Shift + =(Not Supported)
Zoom OutCtrl + Shift + -(Not Supported)
Switch Between Opened DocumentsCtrl + TabCommand + `
Toggle DevToolsCtrl + Shift + I-

Change Shortcut Keys

Users can set or reassign shortcut keys for commands in Typora’s menu bar. This article will shows how to do this.


We use macOS’s system feature to customize Typora’s key binding on macOS.

Ubuntu On Macos Mac

  1. Open System PreferenceKeyboard, select tab Shortcuts. Select App Shortcuts in its left panel.

  2. Click the “+” button, a dialog sheet would pop up. Select “Typora.app” from field Application, then enter the exact name of the menu command you want to add, and then type the shortcut key combination you want to assign.

    For example, assume you want to add/change the shortcut key to pin Typora’s window, you can fill the dialog box as follows:

    Then Command+Shift+P will be the shortcut key for menu command “always On Top”

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Windows / Linux

Tip: This requires a version of Typora ≥ v0.9.16.

  1. Open MenuPreference in Typora, then click “Open Advanced Settings”.

  2. Open and edit conf.user.json from opened “File Explore”. If there’s no such file, create one.

  3. Set or add JSON object which represents a key binding, for example:

  4. Restart Typora, and the new key binding will be applied.

You can set or change shortcut keys for menu items in the menu bar in native window style.

Ubuntu On Macos Big Sur

Q: Shortcut keys does not work on Ubuntu

Ubuntu Vm On Macos

For solutions to this problem please see:

Ubuntu On Mac Os

  • https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KeyboardShortcuts and
  • https://askubuntu.com/questions/208310/ctrl-a-doesnt-work-in-browsers.