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New Keyboard Shortcuts and Next Exercise's Information

Exercise Keyboard Shortcuts

Many of you have requested keyboard shortcuts to navigate between exercises in a course. As of a few days ago, you may have noticed the following revised keyboard shortcuts instructions:

Mac users:
mac keyboard shortcuts

Windows/Linux users:
windows keyboard shortcuts

Why these keys?
We chose key combinations that wouldn't conflict with existing browser actions. For example, a combination of ⌘ + N or CTRL + N already tells your browser to open up a new tab.

With our new shortcuts, you can move to the next exercise of a section by pressing ⌥ + T or ALT + T. You can also move to the previous exercise using ⌥ + P or ALT + P.

Next Exercise's Information

When you complete an exercise, you'll now see the name of the upcoming exercise.

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This new change makes it a little bit easier to see your progress in the console.

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New Keyboard Shortcuts and Next Exercise's Information
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