Keboard shortcut error

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Jack Swart

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Keboard shortcut error

PostThu Dec 06, 2018 6:37 am

On my extended mac keyboard F18 and F19 jumped to Fusion and Colour respectively.

These worked up to 15.1 before the wonderful keyboard edit was invented.

Now F18 presses the A key while F19, the B key.

If I disable the A and B shortcuts I have my page switching back but I lose my heavily used A and B keys.

Just putting it out there for ideas.....
2010 Mac Pro 5.2, 10.13.6, DR 15.2.2.007 Studio
2 x 3.3GHz 6 core Intel, 96 GB ram
GTX Titan X 12GB graphics card, USB3 card, BM SDI 4K card
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Tangent Elements TK panel, FSI DM240 reference monitor
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Re: Keboard shortcut error

PostThu Dec 06, 2018 9:04 pm

Anyone from BMD?
2010 Mac Pro 5.2, 10.13.6, DR 15.2.2.007 Studio
2 x 3.3GHz 6 core Intel, 96 GB ram
GTX Titan X 12GB graphics card, USB3 card, BM SDI 4K card
PCIe SSD boot disk, 3x4TB SSDs in raid 0, 12TB HDD backup.
Tangent Elements TK panel, FSI DM240 reference monitor
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Re: Keboard shortcut error

PostThu Dec 06, 2018 9:15 pm

Workaround is still to assign shortcuts for these two keys in OS X's Keyboard Preference Pane.
viewtopic.php?f=21&t=73646#p409484

Manually editing Resolve's keybindings file is the other option.
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Re: Keboard shortcut error

PostFri Dec 07, 2018 4:52 am

Thanks Reynaud. That works....
2010 Mac Pro 5.2, 10.13.6, DR 15.2.2.007 Studio
2 x 3.3GHz 6 core Intel, 96 GB ram
GTX Titan X 12GB graphics card, USB3 card, BM SDI 4K card
PCIe SSD boot disk, 3x4TB SSDs in raid 0, 12TB HDD backup.
Tangent Elements TK panel, FSI DM240 reference monitor

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