60 Cmder 1.3 Keyboard Shortcuts

for Windows

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Most used Cmder 1.3 Shortcuts

Action Cmder Shortcuts
Enter TEXT full-screen mode Win + Ctrl + Alt + Enter
Check for updates: Update() Win + Shift + U
Pause current console: Pause Pause
Copy: Current selection as plain text: Copy(0,0) Ctrl + C
Show the ConEmu System menu Ctrl + Right Mouse Click
Debug active process: Debug(0) Win + Shift + D

Menu key Shortcuts

Action Cmder Shortcuts
Split: Maximize/restore active pane: Split(3) Menu key + Enter
Split: Move splitter upward: Split(1,0,-1) Menu key + Shift + Up Arrow key
Split: Move splitter downward: Split(1,0,1) Menu key + Shift + Down Arrow key
Split: Move splitter leftward: Split(1,-1,0) Menu key + Shift + Left Arrow key
Split: Move splitter rightward: Split(1,1,0) Menu key + Shift + Right Arrow key
Split: Put the focus on the nearest pane upward: Split(2,0,-1) Menu key + Up Arrow key
Split: Put the focus on the nearest pane downward: Split(2,0,1) Menu key + Down Arrow key
Split: Put focus to nearest pane leftward: Split(2,-1,0) Menu key + Left Arrow key
Split: Put the focus on the nearest pane rightward: Split(2,1,0) Menu key + Right Arrow key
Split: Exchange (swap) with the nearest pane: Split(4) Menu Key + Alt + X
Split: Exchange (swap) with the nearest pane upward: Split(4,0,-1) Menu key + Alt + Up Arrow key
Split: Exchange (swap) with the nearest pane downward: Split(4,0,1) Menu key + Alt + Down Arrow key
Split: Exchange (swap) with the nearest pane leftward: Split(4,-1,0) Menu key + Alt + Left Arrow key
Split: Exchange (swap) with the nearest pane rightward: Split(4,1,0) Menu key + Alt + Right Arrow key
Group keyboard input for visible splits: GroupInput(0) Menu key + G
Group keyboard input for all consoles: GroupInput(3) Menu key + Shift + G
Add active console into group keyboard input: GroupInput(6) Menu key + Alt + G
AffinityPriority Menu Key + A
Highlighting: Switch ‘Highlight row under mouse cursor’: HighlightMouse(1) Menu Key + L
Highlighting: Switch ‘Highlight row & col under mouse cursor’: HighlightMouse(3) Menu Key + X
Scroll buffer one half-page up: Scroll(2,-1) Menu Key + Page Up key
Scroll buffer one half-page down: Scroll(2,+1) Menu Key + Page Down key
Scroll buffer to the top: Scroll(3,-1) Menu Key + Home
Scroll buffer to the bottom: Scroll(3,+1) Menu Key + End
Scroll buffer to the cursor position: Scroll(4) Menu Key + Backspace
Paste the path from the clipboard in UNIX format: Paste(8) Menu Key + Insert

System Shortcuts

Action Cmder 1.3 Shortcuts
Show ‘About’ dialog: About() Win + Alt + A
Settings dialog: Settings() Win + Alt + P
Setup ‘Hotkeys’: Settings(171) Win + Alt + K
Setup ‘Tasks’: Settings(157) Win + Alt + T
Open online help/wiki in your browser: Wiki() Win + Alt + H
Show ConEmu menu Win + Alt + Spacebar
Show real console Win + Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar
Full screen: WindowFullscreen() Win + Ctrl + Enter
Next tab (may be disabled) Ctrl + Tab
Previous tab (may be disabled) Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Switch the tab to left Ctrl + Left Arrow key
Switch the tab to the right Ctrl + Right Arrow key
Minimize ConEmu by Esc when no open consoles are left Esc
Activate console by number Ctrl + 1..9

Shell Shortcuts

Action Cmder Shortcuts
Traverse up in directory structure Ctrl + Alt + U
Go to the end of the line End
Go to the beginning of the line Home
Select text Ctrl + Arrow keys
History Search Ctrl + R
Select and copy text from the buffer Shift + Left Mouse Click
Paste text Ctrl + Shift + V

Tab operations Shortcuts

Action Cmder Shortcuts
Minimize to taskbar Ctrl + `
Preferences Win + Alt + P
New tab dialog Ctrl + T
Close tab Ctrl + W
Fast new tab: Cmd Shift + Alt + 1
Fast new tab: PowerShell Shift + Alt + 2
Full-screen Alt + Enter


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