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VS Code Syntax Highlighting on Keynote

A more detailed guide for copying VSCode themed syntax highlighting over to Keynote. Original Article

Prerequisites

  • VSCode Installed
  • Your favorite or theme installed and configured in your settings.
  • Keynote Installed

Instructions

Step 1:

Navigate to your Keymap Shortcuts

macOS: ⌘K ⌘S

Step 2:

On the Keyboard Shortcuts editor, click on the link keybindings.json

Newer versions have it displayed as a { } icon link on the top right.

Step 3:

Paste the following snippet into your keybindings.json source

{
   "command": "editor.action.clipboardCopyWithSyntaxHighlightingAction", 
   "key": "shift+cmd+c"
 }

You can also configure whichever command you prefer (e.g., "key": "alt+cmd+c")

Test

Highlight and copy a code snippet you'd like to add to Keynote with the shortcut shift+cmd+c

Paste that snippet into Keynote and viola! You can now look like a boss on all of your presentations requiring code snippets from here on out!

Success

If you'd like to check out another way of getting code snippets to display with syntax highlighting, check out this gist that uses highlight.js!

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