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Viewing the TODO's
To get that little tab that shows the TODO's you pressed cmd. When I press the windows key(I found that this is the equivalent to the mac cmd key) and I hold it down, I don't get that tab to view the TODO's.. Any suggestions on how to fix this?
Shariq Shaikh13,945 Points
For windows it's alt+6, a word out to the instructor, the mac and window shortcuts are very different, I recommend annotating the tutorials to address this issue.
kabir kCourses Plus Student 18,036 Points
You're right, Derek. I can't seem to get the
cmd key to work either. Maybe he's mistaken about using the
cmd key and he's using something else instead
Jakob Wozniak17,896 Points
I found that hitting Alt + Alt (double tapping and holding) did the same thing. I found it on accident, thinking there must be something similar.
Hope this helps!
David Dill3,956 Points
It's a shame this is so geared towards mac. The instructor got a little lazy on sharing the Windows shortcuts.