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A Python Markdown extension for keyboard shortcuts

Project description

Introduction

The toro-shortcut converts your keyboard shortcut into a customized tag. The tag will contain three attributes; linux, macos, and windows. The values in the attributes will be the keyboard shortcut using the symbols of the corresponding OS.

Installation

pip install toro-shortcuts

Usage

The markdown syntax will be the keyboard shortcut between two questions marks. A plus sign will be used to separate the keys. MOD will be used as a generic symbol for both the ctrl and command key.

??MOD+A??

The produced HTML of the markdown syntax will be:

<p><kbd linux="Ctrl + A" macos="⌘A" winodws="Ctrl + A"></kbd></p>

Conversion

Markdown Windows/Linux macOS
??mod?? Ctrl
??alt?? Alt
??enter?? Enter
??shift?? Shift
??ctrl?? Ctrl
??left?? Left
??right?? Right
??up?? Up
??down?? Down
??tab?? Tab
??esc?? Esc
??space?? Space Space

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