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Hi is there an equivalent of Ctrl+n on the mac with respect to browsing webpages? Doing the same on mac just opens a blank page and doesn't open the same page. Thanks.
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I don't think there is one.

I used to miss this too, but found a little way to adapt. Usually when you use ctrl+n, you want to navigate 2 different parts to a same site, right? What I do now is hold down command and then click on the link that takes me to different part of the site. That'll open up the link in a tab. command+option+click will open up a new window.

Sorry if I completely missed the boat there. It's not quite the same, and it takes a little to get used to but it works for me.
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I don't think there is one.

I used to miss this too, but found a little way to adapt. Usually when you use ctrl+n, you want to navigate 2 different parts to a same site, right? What I do now is hold down command and then click on the link that takes me to different part of the site. That'll open up the link in a tab. command+option+click will open up a new window.

Sorry if I completely missed the boat there. It's not quite the same, and it takes a little to get used to but it works for me.
you can also change the keyboard settings for this in the settings window under tabs.

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