How it works
After launching Fritz, you can leave the app running in the background. At any time, in any app, you can use the default global shortcut
⌘ + RETURN to bring Fritz to the front and start searching without leaving your keyboard.
Note: In a future version you’ll be able to change the shortcut. It’s a known issue, that some applications use the default shortcut for something already. If you have ideas for a good, ergonomic, unused shortcut, let me know.
You can use the global search to find snippets. Recently used snippets will appear at the top so that it’s easier to find snippets that you need more often.
You can use the arrow keys on your keyboard to select a snippet. Press
RETURN to paste. When pasting, Fritz opens the application that you had open before by pressing
⌘ + TAB just like you would. It then pastes the snippet at the active cursor location.
Alternatively, you can press
⌘ + C to copy a selected snippet to the clipboard. You can then manually paste it wherever you need it.