ibsteve
I noticed that the manual states:

"hold down the Ctrl key as you click a Thought.
Hold down the Ctrl key as you select a gate...."

On the Mac it is the Command key. Can I assume that Ctrl=Command on a Mac? (except the spacing function?)

Forgive me if this is a known. I could not find a reference in the manual.

Thanks,

Steve



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Harlan
Hi Steve,

Yes, you are correct. It seems that was an oversight in the manual. Sorry about that - we'll be fixing that in the next version of the manual.

Regards,
-Harlan
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Dennis
Steve,

Try these. I copied them from a Word file from information I received from Support.

Dennis

THEBRAIN Keyboard shortcuts for Mac

Keyboard Navigation
Use the Arrow Keys (up, down, side to side) to move to your desired Thought and press Enter to activate the Thought. Shift enter launches any attached files.

Editing and Creating Thoughts
These commands let you edit and create Thoughts related to the active Thought:
F2 Opens the Rename Thought dialog box.
F5 Refreshes the Virtual Thoughts in the current Brain.
F6 Child Thought
F7 Parent Thought
F8 Jump Thought
Searching the Web
F4 Opens the Search Web dialog box
Notes Keyboard Shortcuts
Command+s Save Note
Comand+x Cut
Command+c Copy
Command+v Paste
Delete Clear
Command+a Select All
Command+f Find


Cheers,

Dennis
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