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    Shortcut keys differ between PC (Windows and Linux) and Mac not just in Second Life, but across applications in general. PC shortcuts are indicated in the tables below. For your convenience, here's a table showing how modifier keys for keyboard shortcuts translate between platforms:

    PC Mac
    Ctrl Cmd ⌘
    Alt Opt ⌥
    Shift Shift
    Right-click Right-click (Ctrl-click with a single-button mouse)

    Movement

    Walk forward W or ↑
    Walk backward S or ↓
    Turn left A or ←
    Turn right D or →
    Run Double-tap W or ↑ (forward); S or ↓ (backward)
    Always run Ctrl+R
    Jump E or PgUp (Tap once)
    Toggle flying F or Home
    Fly up Hold E or hold PgUp
    Fly down Hold C or hold PgDn

    View

    Mouselook M
    Reset View Esc
    Look at Hold Alt and click mouse to re-center
    Zoom in Ctrl+0
    Zoom default Ctrl+9
    Zoom out

    Ctrl+8

    Zoom camera in

    Alt+↑

    Zoom camera out

    Alt+↓

    Orbit up

    Alt+Ctrl+↑

    Orbit down

    Alt+Ctrl+

    Orbit left

    Alt+Ctrl+←

    Orbit right

    Alt+Ctrl+→

    Pan up

    Alt+Ctrl+Shift+↑

    Pan down

    Alt+Ctrl+Shift+

    Pan left

    Alt+Ctrl+Shift+

    Pan right

    Alt+Ctrl+Shift+→

    Communicate

    Friends Ctrl+ Shift+F
    Local chat history Ctrl+H
    Look at last speaker Ctrl+\
    Gestures Ctrl+G
    Previous message entered* Ctrl + ↑
    Next message entered* Ctrl + ↓

     *Available in Nearby Chat, Group Chat, and Instant Message windows.

    System

    Undo Ctrl+Z
    Redo Ctrl+Y
    Cut Ctrl+X
    Paste Ctrl+V
    Duplicate Ctrl+D
    Select all Ctrl+A
    Deselect Ctrl+E
    Close window Ctrl+W
    Close all windows Ctrl+ Shift+W

    General

    Preferences Ctrl+P
    Help F1
    Search Ctrl+F
    World Map Ctrl+M
    Mini-map Ctrl+ Shift+M
    Teleport home Ctrl+ Shift+H
    Inventory Ctrl+I
    Build Ctrl+B
    Upload image Ctrl+U
    Take snapshot Ctrl+ Shift+S
    Quit Second Life Ctrl+Q

    For advanced users

    It is possible to remap the Second Life Viewer's keyboard controls, but be aware that the procedure is risky and can compromise the Viewer's functionality. To learn more, read our wiki article on Keyboard mapping



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