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  1. Hi Forum, I have a question regarding function keys on Mac. Basically what I want to do in one of my scripts is to enable "Full keyboard access" this setting can be found under preferences->Keyboard->Shortcuts. There is a keybind to change this and by default that is set to control+F7(however it is actually fn+control+f7). Is there a way to utilize the function keys so that I can do this keybind? Or is there another way for me to enable this via rubber ducky that you guys and girls can think of? All help is appreciated!
  2. Hi! I've been trying to find a reliable way to search and open terminal or any other applications in OSX. The way that is being used which is CMD-SPACE is risky because this is a default shortcut that any one can change. However, Fn-F4 (Launchpad Key) is always working and easy to search for application from any window or app without running to an issue if the other app is using CMD-SPACE. I wonder if there's a way to add Fn key so we can combine it with F1-F2... keys. Thank you! AJ
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