I have a new mac and am unable to recall how to enable the following key mappings:

  • Up-Right -> Page Up
  • Down-Right -> Page Dn
  • Up -Left -> Home
  • Down-Left -> End

Those combinations are working on my other macbook. I can not however recall where/how those are enabled. I have looked in the following and not found them:

  • Karabiner (aka KeyRemap4Mac)
  • System Preferences | Keyboard (looked through all the panels and clicked all the buttons)

My recollection is there were a single option selected that enabled all four of those mappings. I did think it were in Karabiner (aka KeyRemap4Mac) but can not find it .

  • if you're on a 'short' keyboard [laptop, iMac etc], Fn + arrow keys do that
    – Tetsujin
    Commented Aug 14, 2015 at 19:30
  • @Tetsujin Yes, using Fn-Arrow does work - but that is not convenient. I am referring to just the two-arrow combinations. Commented Aug 14, 2015 at 21:12

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OK found it - and yes it is Karabiner but not in the expected place instead under "Simulataneous key presses"

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There is a similar way by using the Right-Option key:

Change Option-R Key

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