Posts Tagged “cheatsheet”

  • Sketch cheatsheet for Cheaters

    If you use Cheaters, you may also be the type of person who uses Sketch. If so, you'll appreciate the addition of a cheatsheet for Sketch Shortcuts, based on the tables provided at Sketch Shortcuts.…

  • Dash docsets from MultiMarkdown

    Dash is my favorite way to reference syntax and info about dozens of programming languages, and one of my most used applications. The developer of Dash recently released "Cheatset", a way to build your own Cheat Sheets to display in Dash as docsets, complete with indexed commands and categories.…

  • Web Excursions for January 30, 2014
  • Cheaters 2.0.5, cheating gets easier

    I got a lot of grief last time I posted about Cheaters for not opening with what it was. I just assume everyone reading this tracks everything I do, which would be a difficult proposition, even if it were true. So:…

  • Cheaters 2.0: more and faster

    Cheaters 2.0 is up, and it's a huge step forward. I've been inspired by Dash to make it faster, easier and more keyboard-centric.…

  • Linking to specific cheat sheets in Cheaters

    A quick note for Cheaters hackers: as of a recent update, Cheaters can now handle linking directly to a specific cheat sheet using url hashes. You can use a zero-index number to link to a page if you know the order (index.html#3 to link to the fourth item), but because the order is configurable and subject to change, it also supports string matching. For example, if you wanted to link directly to the Siri cheat sheet, you could use [urlorpathtocheaters]#siri.…

  • Cheaters cleans up its act, gets a date with Siri

    I took a minute to clean up some styling on Cheaters. The League Gothic font wasn't looking very good on my new monitor, and I decided just to clean everything up a little. You can't just go changing one font without changing all of them, right?…