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I've looked everywhere and I cant find what the shortcut keys are for Bloomberg anywhere on a Apple keyboard.
I'm running Bloomberg anywhere via citrix and but the keyboard is different from that of a Bloomberg terminal. I know the IBM keyboard shortcuts but not Apple's.
Does anyone know?
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I am probably of no help here... but I do run Citrix (our server is set up win 2003) when I either use the citrix client or RDP in to my servers .. the short cut keys are for windows aka ctrl v pastes and crtl c copies... vs cmd v and cmd c for OS X ... is it not the same when you log in to the Bloomberg connection? (have never used that so not sure if or how it would work)

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Unfortunately, Citrix is emulating a Bloomberg terminal which has its own special keyboard. So there is no way for me to know which keys represent what on an apple keyboard.
I checked everywhere apparently no one knows.
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To get an entire keyboard map press cmd and 'L'. cmd+L
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