Keyboard shortcut to move to first/last row of result set in OSX
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over 6 years ago
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I have been using DbVis for quite some time on Windows. I use the CTRL+arrows and CRLT+SHIFT+arrows a lot to navigate/select in the results sets tab and quickly check summary statistics with CTRL+SHIFT+C.
Recently, I have moved to OSX, and I can't get similar keyboard shortcuts to work on my Macbook Pro. I have tried changing the key bindinds, and turning off the Mission Control keyboard shortcuts but to no avail.
Any help would be much appreciated.
about 6 years ago
[This reply is migrated from our old forums.]
Re: Keyboard shortcut to move to first/last row of result set in OSX
Please try FN-arrows and FN-SHIFT-arrows. I believe those work the same as the CTRL combinations on Windows.
Aggregation Data for Selection is bound to COMMAND-SHIFT-C by default in the Mac OS key map, if that's the one you use. If you use the Default key map, it is the same as on Windows: CTRL-SHIFT-C