Cycle Through Windows

Most Mac users know you can cycle through application using Command+Tab. But you can also cycle through windows in your currently running application without moving your hands from the keyboard. With Command+` (The key to the left of 1 and above Tab) you can bring each window of your application to the front in turn. This is especially useful if you have multiple browser or word processing windows in use.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Cycle Through Windows”

    Olaf
    9/16/10 @ 9:58 am

    Hi Gary
    Either the shortcut does not work on a german keyboard or it is not working with a mac book pro. Since it is one of the things I miss most changing to mac os (switching though applications and windows of the same application with alt tab) I would highly appreciate if you could help!
    Thanks a lot
    Olaf

    9/16/10 @ 10:03 am

    Go to System Preferences, Keyboard, Keyboard Shortcuts. Click on the “Keyboard & Text Input” category. Then look for “Move focus to next window in application” — see what the shortcut is set to.

    Olaf
    9/16/10 @ 10:50 pm

    Thank you for the fast response, it was another shortcut, now its working ….. Olaf

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