Two projects for enjoying the beauty of a dark room. One is a viewer, and the other a keyboard shortcut creator. Where to get the first one?

Designers use many shortcuts. Many of them are familiar to any computer user, although they are not so accessible for beginners. If you have a Mac, you can install the free and widely used WINDOWS Utility, open the shortcut from the built-in keyboard and type in the name of the program "cmd+shift+arrow" to open the hidden menu and select "Open Command Prompt". How to create a shortcut there? In general, if you are not careful, you can accidentally type in a very wide path, and Windows Explorer will open in the background and do its dirty work. This shortcut can be removed in the same way as the keyboard shortcut, but you need to make sure that you do not leave the built-in Windows utility in the background and do not leave it will be used. There are several keyboard shortcuts for creating shortcuts on the go, but they require more space, are more difficult to find and are not free. If you are not careful, you can accidentally use the keyboard shortcut, which will void the warranty. And, as a matter of fact, there is a free program that you can use for working with hidden files and folders in the background. I think you get the picture. There are many such programs in the free space on the web. And not all of them are paid. In fact, if you have a couple of hours, you can spend on something else.Do you want to create a simple shortcut to get to a specific folder in the desktop, or do you want to spend the whole day doing this? I would like to spend more time on this, but I also think that there are some universal shortcuts that should be available everywhere. I also think that there are not so many "designer" applications in the market, but if you are actively searching for a program, it is better to look for it. If the search for a program is not time-consuming, it can be useful.When you need to do something, do it. This is especially true if you have a lot of programs open at the same time, and you want to narrow down the search to a specific point in time. It is much more efficient to go to the Applications tab, and select a few programs and launch them. Not sure what this will mean in practice, but it is better to listen to the programmer.A designer should carefully study the composition of the resulting shortcut. A well-compositioned task is easier to read, and the more interesting it is to read, the more likely you are to act on it.Designers often do not fully understand what their product will look like until it is already in its entirety, and they do not fully understand how it will work with others until it is already