Nottingham is meant to be primarily used with a keyboard. I've gone to great lengths to make (almost) every aspect of the app accessible quickly - without needing to reach for a mouse or trackpad.
Here's a demo video with my keystrokes highlighted. A summary of keyboard shortcuts will follow.
What might not be obvious in the video is that in addition to using "normal" keyboard shortcuts like ⌘J or ⌘K to move up and down, you can also use your keyboard's standard arrow keys to navigate around the UI. For example, → and ← can be used to move between the Library and Note list. And when at the top of the note list, ↑ will move to the search field.
And here's how to insert an in-app link to another note.
- ^⌘N Create new note without needing to give a title right away
- ^⌘V Create a new note using the text contents of the clipboard
- ⌘N Clear the search field and focus it
- ⌘T Create new tab (not working)
- ⇧⌘T Create new window
- ⌘O Open a new folder and add it to the Library
- ^⌘W Remove the selected folder from the Library (leaves files on disk)
- ⌘E Focus the note editor
- ⇧⌘E Focus the note editor and move the text cursor to the end of the note
- ⇧⌘⌫ Delete the selected note from disk
- ^⌘R Reveal the selected note in Finder
- ⌥⌘S Preview the selected note in Marked.app
- ^⌘C Copy the full path and filename of the selected note to the clipboard
- ⇧⌘L Insert an in-app wiki link to another note
- ⇧⌘R Enter / Exit rearrange text mode
Shortcuts for editing tasks will be available soon.
- ⌘1 Show your notes
- ⌘2 Show your tasks
- ⌥⌘1 Show / Hide the Library
- ⌥⌘2 Show / Hide the Info Panel
- ⌘L Focus the search field, but do not clear its contents
- ⇧⌘O Quickly open another folder
- ^⌘J Select the next folder in the library
- ^⌘K Select the previous folder in the library
- ⌘J Select the next note in the current folder
- ⌘K Select the previous note in the current folder