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    Hey,
    I have a laptop with ideneb 1.6 installed, my problem is I have a Windows keyboard! I'm really frusturated by trying to understand all those keyboard shortcuts

    My questions are:
    - What key is "^" on a windows keyboard, What is the thing that looks like " '\_" more or less... and so on...?
    Is there any way to change them?
    - In windows there is the very useful run command, doesn't something similiar exists on Mac??

    Thanks ahead!(:



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    Hey,
    I have a laptop with ideneb 1.6 installed, my problem is I have a Windows keyboard! I'm really frusturated by trying to understand all those keyboard shortcuts

    My questions are:
    - What key is "^" on a windows keyboard, What is the thing that looks like " '\_" more or less... and so on...?
    Is there any way to change them?
    - In windows there is the very useful run command, doesn't something similiar exists on Mac??

    Thanks ahead!(:



    Hi,
    It's really simple actually.
    Here are a few steps to follow:

    Oper System Preferences -> Keyboard



    Open Modifier Key:


    Then in Modifier Keys you will have to have these:


    Now, on MY keyboard I used them like this:
    (I bring on bold "MY" keyboard because as you know
    keyboards differ from region to region. :p

    So, by default the shortcut keys are like this:

    "A" -> "Ctrl" Win Key
    "B" -> "Windows Logo" Win Key
    "C" -> "Alt" Win Key


    The "C" key, the Command key is like "Ctrl" in windows OS
    I talk about the usage of the key of course.

    Knowing these, it was pretty easy until i switched them in between
    so I could use them more efficiently just like I used to use them in
    Windows OS.



    So what I did, in stead of the default order A,B,C; i which them
    to C,B,A and it is very handy. Well it's working for me at least.

    Hope this answered to your problem. Cheers!
    Last edited by david.v; 05-03-2010 at 04:51 PM.
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    Woah that's an old post^^
    I figured it out myself at the end, but thanks for investing!

 

 

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