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Bring playhead to beginning on Mac bluetooth keyboard

Explorer ,
Apr 15, 2017

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Hi folks,

Is there a way to bring the playhead to the beginning or the end using the Mac bluetooth keyboard?

On the wired keyboard, I could use the home and end keys to do so, but on the bluetooth keyboard, it's missing those keys. Thank you everyone's help.

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Bring playhead to beginning on Mac bluetooth keyboard

Explorer ,
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Hi folks,

Is there a way to bring the playhead to the beginning or the end using the Mac bluetooth keyboard?

On the wired keyboard, I could use the home and end keys to do so, but on the bluetooth keyboard, it's missing those keys. Thank you everyone's help.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 15, 2017

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Fn + Left Arrow = Home

Fn + Right Arrow = End

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 15, 2017

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Hold the "fn" key and hit your right arrow key to advance to the end of you sequence. Hold the "fn" key and hit your left arrow key to advance to the start of your sequence.

Another option would be to use the open up your Keyboard Shortcuts and make your own short cut that suits your needs. You can even create different custom shortcut settings for different keyboards depending on your needs and switch between them.

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Apr 15, 2017

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Perfect! I often don't set my own shortcuts because I like to keep the default shortcuts in my muscle memory for when I move to a different work station / environment. Thank you very much!

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The answer I needed. Thank you so much.

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Apr 15, 2017

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You can also define your own shortcut. Go to Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts. Type "go to sequence-clip start" in the search field under the left side of the on-screen keyboard. Then click to the right of it in the "Shortcut" column and press the key you want to make a shortcut for it.

Here's a screen shot:

PremiereKeyboardShortcutAdd.png

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