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Mac is Apple's computer brand. Apple currently produces several lines of Macintosh computers divided into two categories, desktops: Mac mini, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro, and notebooks: MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. All current Macs ship with macOS. This tag is for any and all questions that relate to the actual [tag:hardware]. For operating system-related questions, use [tag:macos].

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is more like a standard Mac keyboard. The next problem is this key: (The one under the shift key with the rectangle with 3 lines on it.) Apparently this is a Windows Context menu key. I'm an iOS … /Mac OS developer, and I keep pressing that key by mistake. It puts some non-displayed character into my source files. It generates an error "invalid character in source file" that prevents my code …
asked Dec 8 '16 by Duncan C
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option. The keys are reversed from their positions on a normal Mac keyboard. It's driving me nuts. I'm running 10.12.1 (Sierra) Is there any way to remap them, for this specific keyboard? …
asked Dec 8 '16 by Duncan C