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Hotkeys to Switch Between Decks on the Main Screen

<10kB. Updated 2017-08-07. Only supports Anki 2.0.
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Adds the following hotkeys to Anki's main deck browser screen: Ctrl + Tab: Switch to next deck Ctrl + Shift + Tab: Switch to previous deck These also work in the detailed view of each deck and in the reviewer. COMPATIBILITY This add-on only works with Anki's stable release branch (2.0.x ≥ 2.0.30). The 2.1 beta branch is not supported at this point in time. CONFIGURATION By default the hotkeys will skip decks that don't have any cards that are due or new. Filtered decks and custom study sessions are also ignored. You can change this by editing the add-on and setting the variables defined in the USER CONFIGURATION section at the top. CHANGELOG 2017-08-06 – Refactored code 2016-07-30 – Initial release SUPPORT Please do not report issues or bugs in the review section below, as I will not be able to reply to them nor help you. Instead, please report all issues you encounter either on GitHub, or by posting a new thread on the Anki add-on support forums while mentioning the name of the affected add-on in your thread title. CREDITS AND LICENSE Copyright (c) 2016-2017 Glutanimate Licensed under the GNU AGPL v3. The code for this add-on is available on GitHub. MORE RESOURCES A lot of my add-ons were commissioned by other Anki users. If you enjoy my work and would like to hire my services to work on an add-on or new feature, please feel free to reach out to me at: ankiglutanimate [αt] gmail . com Want to stay up-to-date with my latest add-on releases and updates? Feel free to follow me on Twitter: @Glutanimate New to Anki? Make sure to check out my YouTube channel where I post weekly tutorials on Anki add-ons and related topics: / Glutanimate


The add-on author has not uploaded a version of this add-on compatible with Anki 2.1. Old add-ons for Anki 2.0 can be downloaded from the archive.

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Thank you very much! It works great.

On OS X, ⌘⇥ is generally used to switch between applications. So those on a Mac may want to replace “Ctrl” by (say) “Alt” in lines 72 and 78 of the script. Then you can use ⌥⇥ to switch to the next deck.
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