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There are some shortcut keys that have an arrow before the command. Such as a ^ + command + R but whenever i press the up arrow, command, and 'R" it never seems to work. Where is the button for that arrow?
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The "^" stands for "Control." If you hover your mouse over a shortcut when System Preferences is open, a little square will appear that tells you what each shortcut is in plain English.

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It isnt working. Im in program preview and i want to resize image automatically with the blank arrow (ctrl?), apple, R and all i hear is the BUZZ command. I have system preferences open as well and hovered over the shortcut but nothing happen. Im using a macbook if that helps any.
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figured it out. Empty arrow means "Shift"
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You might also find this useful, somewhat in the future.

what are all these symbols, and what do they mean!?
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Awesome, i was wondering what the other symbols meant
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