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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 (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 click on Help → Keyboard Shortcuts in the menu bar.
The list opens in a separate window which you can leave 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 required for these advanced keyboard shortcuts – just press the key by itself.
NetNewsWire’s keyboard shortcuts
Many of NetNewsWire’s shortcuts work from anywhere in the app. Others only work when a certain pane is active and highlighted.
|Everywhere in NetNewsWire|
|Scroll or go to next unread||space|
|Go to next unread||n or +|
|Mark as read||r|
|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|
|Mark as unread||u|
|Open in browser||b or ⏎ or Enter|
|Feed list (left pane)|
|Collapse||, or ⌥+←|
|Expand||. or ⌥+→|
|Collapse All (except for group items)||; or ⌥+⌘+←|
|Expand All||' or ⌥+⌘+→|
|Move focus to headlines||→|
|Article list timeline (centre pane)|
|Move focus to subscriptions||←|
|Move focus to detail||→|
|Article reader (right pane)|
|Move focus to headlines||←|