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NetNewsWire’s interface is easily navigable using keyboard shortcuts.
The most useful shortcuts are for reading articles: space to scroll articles and jump to the next unread one, or n to jump immediately to the next unread article. There’s also b to open the article in your browser, but the Return or Enter keys work too.
In-app list of keyboard shortcuts
A comprehensive list of NetNewsWire’s keyboard shortcuts is always accessible to you in NetNewsWire. Just choose Help → Keyboard Shortcuts in the menu bar.
The list opens in a separate window. You could even leave it open to remind you of the keys to press. You’ll be a NetNewsWire keyboard magician in no time.
Do I need to use the Command key?
No, the Command (⌘) key isn’t used for these keyboard shortcuts – just press the key by itself. Some have alternatives using the Command key, though.
NetNewsWire’s keyboard shortcuts
Many keyboard shortcuts work everywhere in the app, no matter where you last clicked and what’s in focus and selected.
|Everywhere in NetNewsWire|
|Scroll or go to next unread||space|
|Go to next unread||n or +|
|Toggle read status||r or u|
|Mark all as read||k|
|Mark older articles as read||o|
|Mark all as read, go to next unread||l|
|Mark as unread, go to next unread||m|
|Toggle starred status||s|
|Open in browser||b or ⏎ or Enter|
The following shortcuts only apply depending on the current focus (where your current selection is, or the area where you last clicked).
|Collapse||, or ⌥ ←|
|Expand||. or ⌥ →|
|Collapse All (except for group items)||; or ⌥⌘ ←|
|Expand All||' or ⌥⌘ →|
|Move focus to headlines||→|
|Article list timeline|
|Move focus to subscriptions||←|
|Move focus to detail||→|
|Move focus to article list timeline||←|
The ← and → symbols are the Left and Right Arrow keys on your keyboard.