That screenshot is of someone’s custom settings for xmonad, but similar concepts could be applied to any kind of keyboard-heavy computer use. Maybe it could give people some ideas…
P.S., if anyone else out there likes keyboard shortcuts, check out these tools:
- xmonad -- a tiling window manager that you can control with your keyboard.
- Vim -- a programming editor with countless of keyboard shortcuts.
- Pentadactyl -- control Firefox with Vim-like commands. Download the nightly build.
- tmux -- gain more control over terminal windows.
I just use simple mnemonic associations and kinesthetic memory. If you pay attention to what the developers were thinking, it usually makes sense. E.g., when editing HTML in Vim,
vit is “visual-mode, inner, tag” and
cit is “change, inner, tag”. Or
ci" would be “change, inner, quote”. After using a shortcut a few times, it goes to muscle memory.