ergonis software released KeyCue 1.0fc1, the cheat sheet for menu shortcuts
– early-bird-offer about to expire soon
Hagenberg, May-17-2004, ergonis software today announced the
release of KeyCue(TM) 1.0fc1, a tool to find and learn menu shortcuts.
This “final candidate” 1.0fc1 fixes a few problems and inconveniences.
“Beta testing of KeyCue has been very successful and resulted in
very positive feedback from our customers. We do not expect any
problems with the final candidate and plan to release the final version 1.0
very soon.” said Guenther Blaschek, CTO of ergonis software. “We therefore
ask all beta testers to report any show stopper they experience with KeyCue
1.0fc1 at their earliest convenience to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
KeyCue 1.0fc1 requires a license key for unlimited functionality.
The license key can be purchased at the company’s online store:
The early-bird offer, which saves 20 % off the regular price will be
running until the final version 1.0 has been released, which is
expected to be very soon.
In a typical Mac OS X application, the most frequently needed menu
items have keyboard shortcuts that let you access these menu items
faster. Many applications have 40 or more menu shortcuts. Menu
shortcuts may be convenient to use, but you first need to memorize
them, and you must remember all of them correctly in order not to
make mistakes that may lead to undesired results.
KeyCue is a simple, unobtrusive utility application that helps you
find, remember, and learn menu shortcuts. Just hold down the Command
key for a while – KeyCue comes to help and shows a table of all
currently available menu shortcuts. When you have found the desired
shortcut in the KeyCue table, just type it and continue working as
usual. The KeyCue window will disappear automatically.
Over time, you will automatically remember frequently used shortcuts
and become a power user of your favorite applications, working much
Pricing and Availability
KeyCue is available for download from the macility web site:
Customers downloading the final candidate and ordering a license key before
the release of the final version 1.0 can make use of an early bird offer
and save 20% off the regular price.
The early bird price for a single license of KeyCue is US$ 11.99. Purchase
includes free updates and upgrades for two years. Volume discounts are
The early bird offer is available at the company’s online store:
About ergonis software
ergonis software is a privately held company founded in 2002.
The mission of ergonis software is to promote easy-to-use, yet
powerful software. The Macintosh products of ergonis software are
distributed under the brand name macility. For additional information,
visit www.macility.com or send e-mail to email@example.com.