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rhino:mac:keyboardshortcuts [2016/02/09]
jb Added F10 Mission Control note
rhino:mac:keyboardshortcuts [2016/11/19] (current)
dan
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 === Notes about your keyboard shortcuts === === Notes about your keyboard shortcuts ===
  
-There is no error checking in the keyboard shortcuts you assign. Rhino lets you assign the same shortcut to more than one command. The resulting behavior is undefined. You can also assign shortcuts that are reserved by OS X, and these shortcuts won't work in Rhino. ​ The operating system will perform the shortcut first.+There is no error checking in the keyboard shortcuts you assign. Rhino lets you assign the same shortcut to more than one command. The resulting behavior is undefined. You can also assign shortcuts that are reserved by macOS, and these shortcuts won't work in Rhino. ​ The operating system will perform the shortcut first.
  
 The keyboard shortcuts are not restricted to key combinations with the Command, Option, Shift, or Control keys.  As in Adobe Illustrator,​ you can assign an unadorned letter to a command. ​ For example, you can assign **C** to the Circle command. ​ Typing C when a command is not active will invoke the Circle command. ​ If you do this, then you will not be able to type any Rhino command that starts with the letter C. The keyboard shortcuts are not restricted to key combinations with the Command, Option, Shift, or Control keys.  As in Adobe Illustrator,​ you can assign an unadorned letter to a command. ​ For example, you can assign **C** to the Circle command. ​ Typing C when a command is not active will invoke the Circle command. ​ If you do this, then you will not be able to type any Rhino command that starts with the letter C.
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