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Oliver Linde
Oliver Linde
2,775 Points

Keyboard shortcut

I use mac and I live in Sweden so my keyboard is a little different. What is the CMD + [ or CMD + ] command for me with a Europe-computer?

4 Answers

Oliver Linde
Oliver Linde
2,775 Points

it was: shift + tab

Gavin Ralston
Gavin Ralston
28,770 Points

Sorry I misunderstood the original question. :)

I was looking at some options but all I really came up to help was to use the Keyboard Viewer to see what options were available with the different keys, and updating a keybinding to make it easier. It doesn't seem that switching between Swedish and Swedish Pro layout styles would have helped any.

Glad you found it!

Gavin Ralston
Gavin Ralston
28,770 Points

Apple Command Key Logo

You should be looking for the key with that symbol on it. It should be located to either side of your spacebar.

Oliver Linde
Oliver Linde
2,775 Points

I know what key we are talking about but the key bind does not work. My mac obvious has different key bindings then the US. Any link for where I can see or compare the different ones? or what bind that works for my keyboard for this purpose?

Oliver Linde
Oliver Linde
2,775 Points

CMD + [ = Go to the previous folder. Command–Right Bracket (]) = Go to the next folder. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201236

it does not "Indent Lines"