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130. Use Sticky Keys


Sticky Keys let you more easily use key combinations that involve two or more keys that must be pressed at the same time. If you're only able to press one key on the keyboard at a time, the Sticky Keys feature lets you use such key combinations by enabling a “stack” of pressed modifier keys that are all applied to the next regular key you press. For instance, with Sticky Keys turned on, you can simulate the key combination by pressing first Command, then Option, and then M; the symbols for Command and Option appear floating on the screen to tell you that they will be applied to the first “regular” key you press—in this case, the M.


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