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i been a windows guy, just got a mac having some diff

1  i use a container field.. can right click and paste clipboard

      tried alt, apple button.. instead of shift and still can't get a copy paste cut

those kinds of things.. 

please point me to the right direction for reading these kinds of differences     this

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Right-clicking works in OS X, too - if you have a two-button mouse. Otherwise you have to hold the Control key while clicking:
http://www.filemaker.com/help/13/fmp/en/html/fmp_basics.3.10.html

 

please point me to the right direction for reading these kinds of differences     this

Perhaps this might help?
http://www.filemaker.com/help/13/fmp/en/html/keys_mac.28.1.html#1062699

 

 

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Here's an old side-by-side reference, still useful I think:

https://jonathanstark.com/fm/filemaker-keyboard-shortcuts.php

As you can see, the Mac Apple/pretzel key, aka the command key, is usually (but not always) equivalent to the control key in Windows. And the Mac option key often maps to the alt key in Windows, but also to the shift key.

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Final   thks all

Add//    my compiled runtime MAC compressed zip is 59M    verses   Windows zip is 35M for same project

 

 

 

 

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