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Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts

To use a keyboard shortcut you press a modifier key with a character key. For example, pressing the Command key (it has a symbol) and then the "c" key copies whatever is currently selected (text, graphics, and so forth) into the Clipboard. This is also known as the Command-C keyboard shortcut. A modifier key is a part of many keyboard shortcuts. A modifier key alters the way other keystrokes or mouse/trackpad clicks are interpreted by OS X. Here are the modifier key symbols you may see in OS X menus: Startup shortcuts Press the key or key combination until the expected function occurs/appears (for example, hold Option during startup until Startup Manager appears). Sleep and shut down shortcuts Finder keyboard shortcuts Application and other OS X shortcuts Note: Some applications may not support all of the following application key combinations. *Note: If no text is selected, the extension begins at the insertion point. Universal Access - VoiceOver keyboard commands Full keyboard access

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Keyboard shortcuts From Mac Guides Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of simultaneous key presses that perform certain actions as an alternative to using the mouse. Keyboard shortcuts usually require a combination of modifier keys (command, option, control and shift) and other keys. The command key (cmd), also known as 'Apple' User page design center/Style Layout themes[edit] Article format[edit] The default format for user pages is the article format, using standard headings, paragraphs, bulleted lists, etc. But an article-styled user page need not look drab and is more than adequate for presenting information about yourself. Since it is so easy, it's a perfect place to start. See the following user pages as examples of well-developed user pages in article format: Firefox This is a list of keyboard shortcuts in Mozilla Firefox. If you have enabled Emacs-style text editing shortcuts in GNOME, they will also work in Firefox. When an Emacs text editing shortcut conflicts with the default shortcuts (as occurs with Ctrl+K), the Emacs shortcut will take precedence if focus is inside a text box (which would include the location bar and search bar). In such cases you should use the alternate keyboard shortcut if one is listed below. Note: Keyboard shortcuts can be customized using the Menu Wizard extension. Some of these shortcuts require the currently selected tab to be "in focus."

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