In the card that is used to display the browser block commandkey in card's script:
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on commandKeyDown ck -- # later on make more selective: -- if ck is not among the items of "...." -- then pass commandKeyDown end commandKeyDown Note. On Mac use revBrowserOpen for display of local PDF because revBrowserOpenCEF is currently not able to load the newest adobe reader plugin.
On MacOS X these work when the Adobe AcrobatReader-plugin is active (sometimes you have to click in the browser view first). Some are different from Adobe's help, just try. For Win 7/8 see
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/acrobat/X/s ... index.html (other languages/keyboard settings available).
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ESC =Return to hand or select tool shift-F8 =Show toolbar shift-F10 =Tools Menu space =PDF page down shift-space =PDF page up scrollWheel =Up/Down cmd-shift-H =Toggle auto-scroll to up/down <--------- cmd-Plus =Zoom in (UK cmd-=) cmd-Minus =Zoom out opt-scrollWheel =Zoom in/out <---------<--------- cmd-shift-Plus =Rotate 90 degrees clockwise cmd-shift-Minus =Rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise cmd-0 =Fit (adjust to the LARGER of width and height) cmd-1 =Actual size (100% Magnification) cmd-2 =Fill (adjust to the SMALLER of width and height) cmd-E =Edit properties cmd-Y =Magnification-dialog cmd-P =Reader print-dialog <---------<--------- cmd-A =select all Text cmd-D =Document settings cmd-F =Find in pdf, ESC to close (for "easy" docs only) cmd-K =Reader prefs (set all defaults) <--------- cmd-L =Toggle to full browser frame <--------- cmd-shift-F =Advanced Acrobat search cmd-shift-S =Save pdf as (Adobe dialog ...) <---------