Mac connect to Mac - Keyboard shortcut to switch local spaces

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    Jump Desktop Support (Edited )

    Yes. After you connect click Remote and uncheck ‘macOS Shortcuts’. There is a convenient keyboard shortcut to toggle that option on and off as well.

    If you want to make sure that option is off by default then click Jump Desktop -> Preferences -> Keyboard & Mouse -> When connecting to ‘Mac’ -> Keyboard Shortcuts -> UNCHECK Send Mac OS Shortcuts.

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    Patrick Austin

    Is there a way to do this for a single shortcut, though?  Ideally all the system shortcuts would go to the remote machine *except* the ctrl+arrow. 

    Thanks for the speedy response!

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    Sorry - at the moment you can’t toggle system shortcuts on a per shortcut basis on macOS. It’s all or nothing when it comes to system shortcuts at the moment.

    One possible alternative to change the switch spaces locally on your machine to something other than ctrl + arrow - this way the local and remote shortcuts won’t clash. I know this is not what you want thought.

    Or you use the toggle macOS keyboard shortcut - ctrl +cmd+left arrow to quickly toggle this mode on and off. Again I know this isn’t what you want.

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