Remapping your Macintosh OS shortcuts


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Remapping your Macintosh OS shortcuts

In this movie I'll show you how to remap a few OS-level keyboard shortcuts on the Mac, so that everything works as advertised inside Illustrator. And by the way, this movie is exclusively for Macintosh folks; if you are working on a PC, you can skip ahead to the next movie. First step is to go up to the Apple menu and choose System Preferences and then inside the big System Preferences dialog box, locate and click on the Keyboard icon. Now we want to start with a keyboard tab here. So go ahead and click on it, if it's not already visible.

And then turn on this checkbox, Use all F1, F2 key as standard function keys; that way you don't have to the press that Fn key all the time, except you will now have to press the Fn key to do things like change your monitor brightness, and change the volume and so forth. So it's really up to you which way you decide to work, but I prefer for this checkbox to be on. Then switch over to Keyboard Shortcuts, and you want to start with Launc...

Remapping your Macintosh OS shortcuts
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Remapping your Macintosh OS shortcuts provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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