Like the “Command Palette” feature in VS Code or Sublime? Now you can use the feature for other applications as well by launching Paletro.
Like the “Command Palette” feature in VS Code or Sublime? Now you can use the feature for other applications as well by launching Paletro. It brings the command palette from those applications out into your Mac so that no matter what program you’re using, you’ll have easy access to all of the most important operations.
Just press ⇧⌘P and everything you need will appear before your eyes.
- Search. Fuzzy search or filter operations in command palette without taking your hands from the keyboard
- Shortcuts. Display & support original shortcut keys from current application, like a built-in component
- i18n. Able to search in English words or alphabets in non-English locales in (some) applications
- Customization. Customize rules how Paletro should behave, exclude certain menu items or disable in certain applications
- Themes. Multiple themes you can choose from, & you can create your own styles (coming soon)
- Brad Revell: “The aim of Paletro is to keep your fingers on the keyboard verses having to use the mouse. If you can do that and leverage all possible shortcuts using Paletro then you will save a lot of time.”
- Brett Terpstra is fully microchipped, @ttscoff . “I was just thinking yesterday how someone should make a univeral ⌘⇧P palette for Mac apps that could quick-launch any menu item with fuzzy typeahead matching. Opened Setapp today to figure out what happened to Flume and boom, Paletro.”
- macOS 10.14 or later
- Length of access: lifetime
- Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
- Access options: desktop
- Max number of device(s): 2
- Only available to new users
- Version: 1.6.5
- Updates included
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- Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.