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OS 10.4 - The 'home' button.


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TheTussinMonstr

 
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Mac Specs: 24" iMac, 500gb HD, 2gb RAM, other stuff too i guess.

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This may be a stupid question but what can you do with the home button on the keyboard. I mean, the only thing I do with it is use it as a short key to get to the beginning of text boxes and that doesn't seem to work on mac.
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In NeoOffice if you are in a long text doc and you press Command + Home you will be taken to the first page. Command + End does the opposite.

I guess the same would go for websites where the scroll bar is small, indicating a long page, that pressing Home (I use Safari) would return you to the top of the page ....
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