Touches spéciales (unix) sur clavier Mac francais
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||shift + option + /|
||shift + option + L|
||option + N|
||4 key, that's to say a regular ' on any keyboard I guess.|
||option + (|
||option + )|
|opening square bracket||
||shift + option + (|
|closing square bracket||
||shift + option + )|
Apple also got the habit to give it's own special names to some keys:
- ctrl is called, well, control. So far, so good.
- the alt key (with a funy sign under it) is called option.
- the key with a funny sharp and the Apple logo ⌘ is called command (for we are supposed to be so creative Apple users I think), or sometimes more logically apple.
- in Finder (and most other applications)
- ⌃⌘Z to zoom the window
- ⌘ + ` to switch between your windows
- ⇧⌘[ and ⇧⌘] to switch tabs
- ⌃⌘D to show the dictionary
- in Firefox:
- Fn + Alt + Left arrow gets you to the home page.
- Command + L : link bar
- Command + K: search box
- Ctrl + Tab: Next Tab
- see Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts