How to set up cmd+tab

Discussion in 'Accessing your Mac' started by KolenC, Jun 21, 2018.

  1. KolenC

    KolenC Bit poster

    From <>, it is mentioned that cmd+tab and cmb+space on iOS is captured by the iOS and hence cannot be used in Parallel Access. Are there any work around for this?

    e.g. I tried pressing the cmd on keyboard but the tab in the "soft keyboard" which is the extra row appears in Parallels Access. But I'd like to press a hardware key instead. I also don't want to remap the shortcut in System Preferences because I don't want to change that on the Mac (unless there's a trick to allow both shortcuts, the new one and the default, to perform the same action.)

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