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Hello,

I'm refamiliarizing myself with OmniOutliner Pro after an absence of a little over a year. I primarily work with a MacBook which has a combined Enter/Return key. I occasionally use it with a full size Mac bluetooth keyboard which has a separate Enter key next to the numeric keypad.

If I remember correctly I used to be able to press enter on the full size keyboard to begin typing a note attached to a row. On the MacBook, holding the function key down while pressing the combined Enter/Return key would do the same. Now, no matter what key combination I use with either keyboard, I get a new row.

What's the best keystroke way of entering a new note?

Thanks,

Marc
 
I'm still using a PowerBook myself, but the Enter key still enters a new note for me. Using Command-' works also. You might get additional responses if one of the mods moves this thread to the OO forum.
 
Sorry about that and thanks for the quick response.
 
Hello,

I'm refamiliarizing myself with OmniOutliner Pro after an absence of a little over a year. I primarily work with a MacBook which has a combined Enter/Return key. I occasionally use it with a full size Mac bluetooth keyboard which has a separate Enter key next to the numeric keypad.

If I remember correctly I used to be able to press enter on the full size keyboard to begin typing a note attached to a row. On the MacBook, holding the function key down while pressing the combined Enter/Return key would do the same. Now, no matter what key combination I use with either keyboard, I get a new row.

What's the best keystroke way of entering a new note?

Thanks,

Marc
 
Cmd-' is the official shortcut for notes and will work just fine on keyboards without an Enter key.
 
Works like a charm. Thanks.
 
 


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