View key commands in the Command Editor
You can use the Command Editor to view and modify key commands, create new key commands, and save command sets that you can export for others to use. You can also import a command set from another computer. If you are used to using key commands from other applications, you can use the Command Editor to substitute those key commands in place of the default set for MainStage.
The Command Editor provides a set of key commands for MainStage in several languages. The default language is determined by your computer’s operating system. To learn how to change the system language, see OS X Help, available from the Help menu when the Finder is active.
View the current command set
Choose MainStage > Key Commands > Customize (or press Option-K).
To find key commands in the Command Editor, do any of the following:
Click keys on the virtual keyboard, or click one of the four modifier buttons at the top of the Command Editor.
The Command groups associated with the selected key or keys appear in the lower-left corner of the window, and a list of all the key commands associated with the key you selected appears in the lower-right area of the window.
When you hold down one or more modifier keys on your keyboard, the key colors update. Key colors correspond with command groups; for example, playback commands, such as Play/Pause (Space bar), are blue. The Command Groups window in the lower-left corner of the window shows a list of command groups.
Enter a command name, description keywords, or a key name in the search field at the upper-right corner of the window.
Commands that match the search term are listed in the Command List at the bottom of the window.
Tip: To show the keys that correspond with the items in the Command List, click the Keyboard Highlight button to the left of the search field.
Click any command in the list to view its details in the Command Detail area in the lower-right corner of the window.
Click a Command group to quickly filter the Command List to display only the commands and key commands in that group.
Click any command in the list to view its details in the Command Detail area.
Choose a different command set
Do one of the following:
Choose MainStage > Key Commands, and then choose a command set from the Command Sets submenu. The Command Editor window appears, showing the chosen command set.
If the Command Editor is already open, choose a command set from the pop-up menu in the upper-left corner of the window.