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Thread: What's "F12" equivalence of DreamWeaver in Mac system?

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    What's "F12" equivalence of DreamWeaver in Mac system?

    Hi all;

    I have an apple macintoch system and today, I've installed Dreamweaver 2014 on it.
    I've started to code html in this software, but when I press "F12" button to see the html output, it doesn't work.
    I want to know what's "F12" button equivalence in Mac system?
    When I was in Windows, I could see the html code result by pressing "F12" button in dreamweaver. but in Mac, "F12" key is only for increasing volume!!!

    OR, in other words;

    How and where could I set a functional key to show the html result directly in dreamweaver 2014?
    If possible, please describe me the answer with pictures (screenshots of your Dreamweaver in Mac system)?

    TIA.

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    I cant supply any screenshots because I would never reinstall Dreamweaver. Its a nightmare/curse for anyone trying to learn to program.

    I will tell you that on my Mac, the way to get F12 to work was by also hitting the Fn key on the mac keyboard. I have never found its counterpart on a windows keyboard if you are using one with your Mac. You can also go into your settings and change this. I believe that the function can be reversed in the settings somewhere that make it so you push the Fn button when you want to lower/raise the volume.


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    I was going to say Alt+F4

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    Thanks a lot for your help.
    I went to (( File> Preview in Browser> Edit Browser List...)) in Dreamweaver and saw the default keys for this work ---> Option + F12. but again it didn't work.
    So, as you mentioned, I pressed Fn button concurrently and it worked!
    Anyway, The answer to my question is:

    pressing Fn+Option+F12 keys.

    All the best.
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