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OS version: Linux Mint
App version: Desktop 18.104.22.168
Downloaded from: ONLYOFFICE website (probably…don’t recall)
Is there a keyboard shortcut within Linux when using a Macbook keyboard that will jump to the top of a document (and a similar combo to skip to the bottom)?
I can see shortcuts for PC keyboards in the documentation, but I don’t see (and can’t figure out) what to do on a (former) Mac.
You can use the following shortcuts:
Jump to the beginning of the document ^ Ctrl+Home
Jump to the end of the document ^ Ctrl + End
The full list of shortcuts you can find in our Help Center.
That’s fine for a PC keyboard that has Home and End keys, but my Mac keyboard doesn’t. So which keys do I use instead?
Extended Mac keyboards have Home and End keys. For a compact keyboard please use the following shortcuts:
Jump to the beginning of the document ^ Ctrl + Fn + Left Arrow
Jump to the end of the document ^ Ctrl + Fn + Right Arrow
That’s what I needed. Thank you. Maybe this could be added to the online documentation.
Hello! I’m glad that it helped you. I’ll forward your suggestion to the approppriate department.