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Hello there!
I was wondering if any mac users could help me out.

Does anyone know what the equivalent shortcut key is on a mac keyboard to shift+enter on a pc?

I'm looking for a mac shortcut combination that produces a line break i.e pulls you down to the very next line (as the br tag in html would do) to begin typing.

Just pressing enter or return alone pulls me down 2 lines.

(Im typing in a wysiwyg editor for the web)

I've tried the obvious equivalents but no joy

I'd really appreciate any thoughts!
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shift+enter works for me just fine on a Mac.

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thank you for the comment

I think it depends what editor you're typing in. Word/email seems ok so I guess the problem is a lot due to the fact im typing in a wysiwyg editor.

I just wondered if any mac users had come across this prob typing in a similar program
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