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Display mirroring shortcut for PowerBooks Desktop
I just noticed when I press Command + F1, my PowerBook G4 goes into Mirror Display mode. When I press Command + F2, the PowerBook checks for an external monitor connection. I hadn't come across this before the 10.1.5 update.
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Authored by: eisforian on Jun 28, '02 10:46:15AM
This was discussed earlier (Mar. 02), but didn't mention the Command-F1 results: Detect external displays with the keyboard

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Authored by: kaner on Jun 30, '02 02:27:43AM

The new powerbooks have a new icon on the f7 key for mirroring as well.

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