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Linux – Google Chrome Shortcut Keys

Linux – Google Chrome Shortcut Keys

Google Chrome Shortcut Keys for Linux

Ctrl+T – Open new tab
Ctrl+W/Ctrl+F4 – Close tab (or close Chrome if only one tab is open)
Ctrl+Shift+T – Reopen last tab closed. Up to 10 tabs.
Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+8 – Jump to first tab, second tab, etc.
Ctrl+9 – Switch to the last tab
Ctrl+Tab/Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Switch to the next / previous tab 
(or use ctrl+page up/ctrl+page down)
Ctrl+N – Open new Chrome window
Ctrl+Shift+N – Open new Chrome window in incognito mode
Alt+F4 – Close current window
Ctrl+left-click – Open link in a new background tab
Ctrl+Shift+left-click – Open link in a new foreground tab
Shift+left-click – Open link in a new window
Alt+left-click – Download link
Drag link to existing tab – Open link in selected tab
Drag link to tab bar – Open link in a new tab in the specified position on the tab strip
Alt+D (or Ctrl+L) – Jump to address bar; highlights current webpage URI if available
Ctrl+E (or Ctrl+K) – Enter search query in address bar
Home/End in address bar – Jump to beginning / end of address bar
Ctrl+A in address bar – Select all text of address. Also use shift+end with cursor at beginning or shift+home with cursor at end
Type name of site and press Ctrl+Enter – Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and opens the web address in current tab.
Type name of site and pressAlt+Enter – Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and opens the web address in new background tab.
Type search term and press Enter – Perform a search using the search engine associated with the keyword or the URI.
Type name of search engine and press Tab – Tab-to-Search feature. E.g. Typing in ‘yahoo.com’ plus tabopens yahoo search. Add/edit search engines via ‘Under the Hood’ -> Basic -> Search Engines.
F6 – Alternate focus between address bar, bookmark bar and webpage
Arrow Down/Arrow Up with focus on webpage – Scroll down / scroll up
Page Down/Page Up – Scroll one page down / one page up. Also usespace/shift+space
Home/End – Jump to beginning / to end of webpage
Ctrl+[+]/- – Zoom in / zoom out (or Ctrl+mousewheel)
Ctrl+0 (zero) – Return zoom to normal text size
Ctrl+U – View webpage source
F11 – Turn full screen on / off
Alt+Home – Jump to homepage
Alt+Arrow Left/Arrow Right – Jump to previous webpage visited / jump to next webpage
F5/Ctrl+R – Reload current webpage
Ctrl+F5/Shift+F5 – Reload current webpage with cache override
Esc – Stop webpage loading
Tab/Shift+Tab with focus on webpage – Jump to next / previous link
Enter on link – Open link in current tab
Ctrl+Enter on link – Open link in a new background tab
Shift+Ctrl+Enter on link – Open link in a new foreground tab
Shift+Enter on link – Open link in a new window
Alt+Enter on link – Download link
Shift+F10 – Open context menu (simulate right mouse button)
Ctrl+A – Select all content on webpage
Ctrl+c with content selected – Copy selected content to clipboard
Ctrl+P – Print current webpage (Chrome Print Dialog)
Ctrl+Shift+P – Print current webpage (Native Windows Print Dialog)
Ctrl+O – Open file
Ctrl+S – Save current webpage
Alt+F – Open Wrench Menu (I’d call it file menu to remember the shortcut)
Ctrl+H – Open History tab
Ctrl+J – Open Downloads tab
Ctrl+F/F3 – Find text on webpage. Press Enter for
Enter/Shift+Enter with text found on webpage – Find next / find previous match
Ctrl+G/Ctrl+Shift+G with text found on webpage – Find next / find previous match
Esc – With focus on Search box: Close Search box
Ctrl+Shift+B – Show or hide bookmarks bar
Ctrl+Shift+O – Open Bookmark Manager
Ctrl+D – Add bookmark for current webpage
Ctrl+Shift+D – Saves all open pages as bookmarks in a new folder
Drag URI to bookmark bar – Bookmark webpage (can be URI from address bar or link from page)
Alt+D, then F6 – Jump to bookmark toolbar. Use arrow keys and enter to access bookmarks
Alt+F, then b – Open Bookmark Manager Tab
Shift+Alt+T – Set focus on the toolbar. Use arrow keys to navigate between different buttons on the toolbar.
Shift+Esc – View Google Task manager
F1 – Chrome Help
Ctrl+Shift+I (or F12) – Open Developer Tools
Ctrl+Shift+J – Open Developer Tools (With Focus on Console)
Ctrl+Shift+C – Toggle Element Inspection mode
Ctrl+Shift+C (2x) – Switch Focus on Developer Tools (there is not really a shortcut for focusing on the Developer Tool, but this is a workaround. Watch the Inspector Mode Icon change color as you press for guidence. Finally, this works only if DevTools are docked; if they are not, simpy switch between windows with Alt+Tab)
? – Show General Settings Dialog (press Esc to exit)
Ctrl+[/] – Switch to next / Switch to previous panel (add Alt to the combination to reverse the direction)
Ctrl+D – Dock / Undock Developer Tool
Ctrl+Shift+M – Toggle (mobile) Device Mode
Ctrl+F – Search Text in Source
Ctrl+Shift+F – Search Text across sources
Ctrl+O – Search by Filename
Ctrl+[+]/- – Zoom in / Zoom out Developer tools
Ctrl+0 (zero) – Zoom to default
Ctrl+Arrow Up – Focus on the Elements content (this is strangely nowhere documented, but worked for me; without this one, you cannot use any of the other shortcuts below without clicking on the content first)
Arrow Up/Arrow Down – Navigate upwards/ downwards
Ctrl+Z/Ctrl+Y – Undo / Redo Change
Arrow Right/Arrow Left – Expand / Collapse
Left-click on arrow – Expand node
Ctrl+Alt+Left-click – Expand/collapse node with all children
Enter – Edit the element
H – Hide the element
F2 – Toggle edit as HTML

Left-click – Edit Rule
Left-click on white space – Insert new property
Ctrl+Left-click on property – Go to line of style rule property declaration
Shift+Left-click on property – Cycle through the color definition value
Tab/Shift+Tab – Edit next / edit previous property
Arrow Up/Arrow Down – Increase / decrease value by 1
Page Up/Page Down – Increase / decrease value by 10
Shift+Page Up/Page Down – Increase / decrease value by 100
Alt+Arrow Up/Arrow Down – Increase / decrease value by 100
F8, Ctrl+\ – Pause / resume script execution
F8, Ctrl+\ – Pause / resume script execution
F10, Ctrl+’ – Step over next function call
F11, Ctrl+; – Step into next function call
Shift+F11, Ctrl+Shift+; – Step out of current function
Ctrl+./, – Select next / select previous call frame
Left-click on line-number – Toggle breakpoint condition
Right-click on line number – Edit breakpoint condition
Alt+Delete – Delete individual words
Ctrl+/ – Comment a line or selected text
Ctrl+S – Save changes to local modifications
Ctrl+Alt+S – Save all changes
Ctrl+G – Go to line
Ctrl+O – Search by filename
Ctrl+P+number – Jump to line number
Ctrl+O+number +number – Jump to column
Ctrl+Shift+O – Go to member
Alt+W – Close active tab
Ctrl+Enter – Run snippet
Ctrl+M – Go to matching bracket
Ctrl+P+number – Jump to line number
Ctrl+O+number +number – Jump to column
Ctrl+/ – Toggle comment
Ctrl+D – Select next occurrence
Ctrl+U – Undo last selection
Ctrl+E – Start / stop recording
Ctrl+S – Save timeline data
Ctrl+O – Open / Load timeline data
Ctrl+E – Start / stop recording
Arrow Right – Accept Suggestion
Arrow Up/Arrow Down – Previous / next command (line)
Ctrl+` – Focus the Console
Ctrl+L – Clear Console
Shift+Enter – Multi-line entry
Enter – Execute

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