Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac

Both the Human Interface Guidelines (HIG) published by Apple, as well as the Keyboard Shortcut documentation published by Microsoft were considered in the mapping of the following keyboard shortcuts. Efforts were made to avoid conflicting with commonly used keyboard shortcuts on the two operating systems.

CloudTV™ Player environment Shortcuts

Shortcut (Mac)

Resulting Action

Cmd+Q

Close application

Cmd+R

(re)Connect

Esc

Stop

Cmd+Shift+H

Home

Ctrl+Shift+F *

Full Screen *Yes, that is intended to be Ctrl, not Cmd

Cmd+Opt+N

Native Size

Cmd+S

Screenshot

Cmd+Shift+M

Safe Area

Cmd+Opt+A

Show Dirty Area/rectangles

Cmd+Opt+T

Toolbar

Cmd+Shift+D

Show Remote

Cmd+L

Output Tabs

Cmd+0

Display Logging Output Tab

Cmd+1

Display Bandwidth Output Tab

Cmd+2

Display CPU Output Tab

Cmd+3

Display Memory Output Tab

Cmd+Shift+S

Record session to file

Cmd+Opt+M

Mute

Cmd+F

Find (in output window)

Cmd+G

Find Next (in output window)

Cmd+Shift+G

Find Previous (in output window)

Cmd+Shift+U

Focus Server URL field

Cmd+K

Clear App Log window

 

Key Mappings During Connected Session Playback

Shortcut (Mac)

Virtual Remote Key Mapping

<up>

The 'up' key

<down>

The 'down' key

<left>

The 'left' key

<right>

The 'right' key

<return>, <enter>, <space>

The 'ok' or 'enter' or 'select' key

<backspace>, Alt-<left>

The 'back' or 'cancel' key

'K',','

The 'play' key to start a media asset

'S','.'

The 'stop' key to stop a media asset

'P', <pause>

The 'pause' key to pause a media asset

'L', '>'

The 'fast forward' key to fast forward in a media asset.

'J', '<'

The 'rewind' key to rewind in a media asset.

<home>, ']'

The 'next' key to play the next item in a playlist.

<end>, '['

The 'prev' key to play the previous item in a playlist.

<backspace>

The 'last' button

'T'

The 'setup' button

'X'

The 'exit' button

<F1>

The 'menu' button

<F3>

The 'Net TV' button

<F2>

The 'Top Menu' button

<F7>

The 'On Demand' button

<F8>

The 'my DVR' button or similar button that launches a DVR browser (sometimes "list")

<F4>

The 'live' or 'live TV' button

<F6>

the 'media' button

Shift-<page up>

The 'Page Up' button

Shift-<page down>

The 'Page Down' button

'0'

The number '0'

'1'

The number '1'

'2'

The number '2'

'3'

The number '3'

'4'

The number '4'

'5'

The number '5'

'6'

The number '6'

'7'

The number '7'

'8'

The number '8'

'9'

The number '9'

<page up>

The 'channel up' key

<page down>

The 'channel down' key

<F9>

The red button

<F10>

The green button

<F11>

The yellow button

<F12>

The blue button

'I'

The 'info' button

'H'

The 'help' or '?' button

'R'

The 'record' button to start recording

<F5>

The 'guide' or 'EPG' button

'Z'

The 'home' button

'A'

The 'A' button

'B'

The 'B' button

'C'

The 'C' button

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