Summon is a MacOS status bar application that lets you configure custom hotkeys that bring applications to attention. The behaviour mimics navigating via
⌘tab, with the added benefit that Summon will launch the application if it's closed.
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Summon's preferences will open by default on launch. You can access them anytime through Summon's icon in the status bar.
To make a new binding, click on an application and enter a hotkey. You should enter the modifiers before you enter the key (see below).
What is a hotkey
A hotkey is a combination of one or more modifiers with a single key. A key is any key on the standard apple keyboard that isn't one of the modifiers.
- control-shift-option-command-right arrow
Overriding Common Hotkeys
There is currently no mechanism that prevents a user from overriding common hotkeys such as Copy
⌘C. Any hotkeys set in Summon will override system-wide (Copy) or application-specific (Chrome's New Tab) hotkeys.
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