Provide proper multi-OS docs


#1

https://atom.io/docs/latest/hacking-atom-creating-a-theme

Reload Atom by pressing cmd-alt-ctrl-l to see the changes you made reflected in your Atom window. Pretty neat!

Very neat indeed.

atom.io/docs/latest/hacking-atom-package-word-count
You can view all of Atom’s UI components by opening the styleguide: open the command palette (cmd-shift-P) and search for styleguide, or just type cmd-ctrl-shift-G

OK, this is what my keyboard looks like: http://cdn6.bigcommerce.com/s-blhknq8/product_images/images/sony_vgnz_laptop_key.jpg

Please let me know how I can press all those button combinations, otherwise please consider the fact that the majority of your users are not on Macs.


#2

In the meantime, you can at least search for most commands into the palette and see suggestions alongside keyboard shortcut.
The first example pops up if you search for reload.

I agree though, that shortcuts could be listed for all platforms in documentation.

If you feel you can contribute to get to this point quicker, the repo for atom-docs are here:

I’m sure a pull request with updated shortcuts will be appreciated.


#3

This is a duplicate of this previous topic:

Please continue the discussion there.

We like to unify similar discussions under one topic so that people don’t have to read a bunch of different threads to get the whole story. I’ll be closing this topic as duplicate.


#4

Hmm. This looks like a bug to me. The text ought to reflect the OS that you are using, IMHO.


#5

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