Hotkey to activate Listary
Ctrl twice(Recommended, works on all Windows versions)
Ctrl twice(Windows 10)
Win + G(Windows 8)
Win + S(Windows 7 / XP)
You can change it in Listary Options – Hotkeys.
Search result hotkeys
You can use these hotkeys to navigate search results. Change them in Listary Options – Hotkeys.
Ctrl + N: Select next item.
Ctrl + P: Select previous item.
Ctrl + O: Enter Actions menu for the selected search result.
Esc: Hide Listary search bar / Exit Actions.
The following hotkeys work when:
- Listary search bar or menu is visible. You can use these hotkeys in file dialogs directly because Listary search bar is visible by default.
- Or the “Enable Listary hotkeys” setting is checked in Listary Options – App Settings for the current application. It’s checked by default for Windows Explorer, so you can use these hotkeys in Explorer directly without activating Listary first.
Ctrl + G: Let the file dialog navigate to the current folder in Explorer.
Ctrl + Shift + C: Copy the path of the selected file in Explorer to clipboard.
Ctrl + Shift + R: Open command prompt for the current folder.
Ctrl + Shift + X: Show/hide file extensions.
Ctrl + Shift + H: Show/hide hidden files.
Ctrl + Shift + O: Let the file dialog open the selected file in Explorer.
Ctrl + Shift + E: Open a new Explorer window for the current folder.
You can change these hotkeys in Listary Options – Menus – Commands (select it from the drop-down menu).
After selecting a search result in Listary, you can use the following hotkeys:
Ctrl + Enter: Open parent folder of this search result.
Ctrl + Shift + C: Copy the path of this search result to clipboard.
Ctrl + C: Copy this search result to clipboard (in file format).
Alt + S: Open Send to menu for this result.
Alt + O: Open Open with menu for this result.
You can change them in Listary Options – Actions.