Sandy Writtenhouse on November 5, One of the first things I looked for when I started using a MacBook Pro for work was how to navigate web pages faster. Being able to move to the top, to the bottom, or both in small increments and without lifting my fingers from the keyboard was essential. Here are several keyboard shortcuts to move up, down, and sideways on web pages on Mac. Be sure to bookmark this page so you can quickly access the keyboard shortcut list until you get those you need most memorized.
To slowly scroll up, down, left, or right: Press the corresponding Arrow key.
To scroll in larger increments: Hold Option and press the corresponding Arrow key. I have the wired keyboard with my Mac mini. Never knew why this would be useful, but I guess some people have uses. Then I can move to the next sreen in my photo with shift-fn-down arrow. In Photoshop I can go to the top left part the same way, but I have no clue how to go to the next screen.
I need that to precisely go through the whole photo to see if everything is good. Has anyone an idea how to do that in PS? Name required.
Go to Keyboard Settings type keyboard and hit Enter. Post as a guest Name. Switch between a field code and its result. Funcrusher says: On a MacBook keyboard: People want to complain about everything, get a life. Selecting text and graphics.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you. Oh Great!!!
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