[ubuntu-uk] Mac Frustration (was Remote support was Sad but true? etc.)
sean at seanmiller.net
Sun Jan 18 16:47:42 GMT 2009
On Sun, Jan 18, 2009 at 4:45 PM, William Anderson <neuro at well.com> wrote:
> Where it counts, it does exactly what you'd think a Ctrl key does. If I
> fire up a shell, Ctrl+C, +Z, +S, etc does what you think it would. You
> quickly get used to the difference between Ctrl and Cmd, in fact it's
> quite handy to be able to use Cmd+C in a shell to copy stuff without
> accidentally killing the process you're running. Honestly, the more I
> hear about all these supposed issues with different keys etc, the more
> it sounds like FUD (not accusing you of anything, just commenting on the
> general hassles people usually proclaim of Macs).
When I become wealthy I may invest in one... but at the moment Windows
& Ubuntu suffice...
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