A number of commands and features that are available only on the Mac version. See this wiki page for details.
A command options dialog then appears that has all the command options that appear in the Rhino for Windows prompt line. You can drag this dialog anywhere on the screen and Rhino will remember where you put it.
If you also like to type the command option values, check the Always provide an input field in command options dialog for typed values in the Legacy preferences panel. Now each option prompt will have one of its letters underlined. You can type that letter and press Return to invoke that option.
You never need to move the cursor at all when typing values in the command options dialog. Just type and Rhino will enter your values into the dialog automatically. All your habits for using the command line in Rhino for Windows work exactly the same in Rhino for Mac.
|Key||Action||+ Command key|
|Left Arrow||Rotate left||Pan left|
|Right Arrow||Rotate right||Pan right|
|Up Arrow||Rotate up||Pan up|
|Down Arrow||Rotate down||Pan down|
Sliding two fingers up or down on the trackpad zooms the current view in or out.
To change this behavior, in Rhinoceros > Preferences > Trackpad, you can check Use two fingers to pan and rotate views.
Missing keyboard keys
A laptop keyboard does not have a separate Home, End, PageDn, or PageUp key, but the fn key in combination with other keys duplicates the key function.
|Key||+ fn key|
|Up Arrow||Page Up|
|Down Arrow||Page Down|