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Lately I'm using TeXstudio a lot more and I'm having trouble to get used to the default keyboard shortcuts. There are a lot and the dialog to search them is not exactly user-friendly.

So my question is if there's something like a cheat sheet that lists the most important keyboard shortcuts in TeXstudio. Ideally it should be printable, so I can print it and place it on my desk.

I tried searching for a keyboard shortcut map but to no avail.


If you're not familiar with the concept of a cheat sheet for keyboard shortcuts: Here is one for the IntelliJ IDE as an example.

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I took my own advice.. Here's a list of all of the default TeXstudio shortcuts (hopefully I did not miss anything out..). It's not the nicest thing in the world, but at least it's a starting point.

updated cheat sheet

I'll just share the .tex file here, if you want the .pdf just compile it yourself.

Disclaimer: It's far from perfect, and I intend to touch up on it sometime in the future, when I have more time. (Not now! Unless there is some serious mistake, I won't be coming back to this till sometime later.)

I also do not guarantee that this is the best way to go about doing this, since I am not at all experienced with typesetting tables in LaTeX. :p

  • Sorry if this reference is Windows specific. I'm not familiar with Mac shortcuts as I don't have one. Presumably it's just Cmd instead of Ctrl everywhere.. – Troy Sep 22 '18 at 22:17
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Within the options you'll find "Shortcuts" with the default one. For printing you would have to make screenshots (and TeX them together).

shortcuts

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