Many commands have shortcuts in the menu. But some commands have other, even shorter shortcuts. And there are a few things that don’t appear in menus. Here’s a list.
|cmd-leftArrow||collapse folder (or collapse to parent)|
|rightArrow||move to article list|
The feeds list also responds to type-ahead — that is, you can start typing the name of the feed or folder you want to select.
|space||scroll article, or go to next unread|
|shift-space||scroll article up|
|'||go to next unread|
|b, v, rightArrow, enter, return||open link|
|a||add a feed|
|m||mark an article read or unread|
Also, you can open a blank browser page by typing cmd-L.
|leftArrow||return to article list|
|space||scroll page down|
|shift-space||scroll page up|