Algernon is a productivity tool for Squeak programmers; your personal assistant for Squeak. Algernon aims to make programming in Squeak faster and more keyboard centric. It is a launcher and quick way to access any category, class, morph, or global variable in your image. Pressing shift-return anywhere brings up Algernon. Start typing a class name, a morph's name, a category, an object, global variable and a list of items is filtered as you type. Press return to perform the default action on that item, or press tab to see a list of possible actions. Algernon can also evaluate Smalltalk expressions. Simply bring up Algernon and type = to enter expression mode to have quick access or print the results.
Press shift-return to bring up Algernon. Start typing a name, then press return to perform the default action on the item, or hit tab to see a list of possible actions.
Press right arrow to drill into a class or category and see its methods or classes, respectively.
Press ctrl-r to refresh if you add new items that need to be indexed.