[Ardour-Users] new shortcut/cheatsheets now available

Daniel Joshua Worth pipemanmusic at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 11:54:49 PDT 2009

On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>wrote:

> I'm happy to release an initial version of the Ardour shortcut
> cheatsheet - a handy 2-sided tri-fold guide to almost every shortcut
> in Ardour. There is one version for X Window (Linux, FreeBSD, etc) and
> another for OS X (reflecting different conventions about modifier keys
> in both systems.)
>    X Window: http://ardour.org/files/ardour-2.8.3-bindings-x.pdf
>    OS X: http://ardour.org/files/ardour-2.8.3-bindings-osx.pdf
> These cheatsheets will hopefully convey a lot of Ardour's power that
> is generally hidden to most users. The current cheatsheet reflects the
> binding set that we call "mnemonic", configured for a US keyboard with
> a keypad. There are other binding sets available, but no cheatsheets
> for them at this time.
> Please note that these bindings do not correspond precisely to the
> "mnemonic" bindings released with Ardour 2.8.2, but the differences
> are rather small and involve rarely used commands. If you want to get
> this exact set of bindings, you can download the "new" X Window or OS
> X bindings file
>    X Window: http://ardour.org/files/ardour-2.8.3-bindings-x
>    OS X: http://ardour.org/files/ardour-2.8.3-bindings-osx
> and install it as ~/.ardour2/ardour.bindings. These are not
> necessarily final versions - watch the website for any updates, and
> please feel free to leave comments, corrections etc. in a comment.
> Finally, please feel free to throw an extra US$1 donation toward
> ardour.org if you find this cheatsheet useful. Thanks.
> In a future release of Ardour, there will probably be a tool that will
> generate cheatsheets based on your own customized bindings. You can
> modify all keybindings in Ardour via the key bindings editor dialog.
> On X Window, you can also do this directly on a menu - just point the
> mouse at the menu item and press the new keybinding.
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Thank you so much Paul. This is a great sheet. It will certainly help me
work faster.

Daniel Worth
Open Source Musician Podcast
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