Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover

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  1. AQ_OC

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    Anyone had mitts and eyeballs on this yet? Is it sturdy? Is it light weight? Will it work with some kind of protection on the back of the iPad? Overall impressions after mitts and eyeballs?

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    No protection for the back of your iPad, but it looks really good!
     
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    I pre-ordered this. Just waiting for delivery. I have a Zagg protective cover for the back of the iPad and will put the whole thing inside my Targus leather portfolio case.

    I'm liking the shortcut commands available!

    [h=4]Shortcuts to edit text[/h]
    cmd + c
    Copy


    cmd + x
    Cut


    cmd + v
    Paste


    cmd + z
    Undo


    cmd + shift + z
    Redo


    cmd + delete
    Delete the text to the beginning of the line


    ctrl + k
    Delete the text to the end of the line


    option + delete
    Delete the word before the cursor​

    [h=4]Shortcuts to select text[/h]
    shift + ↑
    Select the text above


    shift + ↓
    Select the text below


    shift + ←
    Select the text on the left


    shift + →
    Select the text on the right


    shift + cmd + ↑
    Select all the text to the beginning of the document


    shift + cmd + ↓
    Select all the text to the end of the document


    shift + cmd + ←
    Select the text to the beginning of the line


    shift + cmd + →
    Select the text to the end of the line


    shift + option + ↑
    Select the text above, line by line


    shift + option + ↓
    Select the text below, line by line


    shift + option + ←
    Select the text on the left, word by word


    shift + option + →
    Select the text on the right, word by word​

    [h=4]Shortcuts to navigate in a document[/h]
    cmd + ↑
    Jump to the beginning of the document


    cmd + ↓
    Jump to the end of the document


    cmd + ←
    Jump to the beginning of the line


    cmd + →
    Jump to the end of the line


    option + ↑
    Jump to previous start of line


    option + ↓
    Jump to next end of line


    option + ←
    Jump to previous word


    option + →
    Jump to next word​
     
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  5. AQ_OC

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    Hey, thanks for typing those...I just got a MacBook Air and was wondering about these! :)
     
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    Typing?? Brrrhaaahh! Copy Paste!!!

    Sent from my iPad3 using iPF
     
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    Thanks for the head's up. I got a refurb Logitech aluminum keyboard case, which came sans directions. So I'm going to have to print this list or bookmark it. I figured out that Command-C and Command-V were the replacements for CTRL-C and CTRL-V, and some of these other key combos are similar to the Windows editing commands (shift-up arrow, etc). But there are other commands on that list that I never would have guessed. Very interesting.

     
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    I have my case in hand and I love it. 2 Small concerns like the ipad smart cover its held together by a magnet and the back of your ipad is left unprotected. Does anyone have a good solution for a back covering case that can leave room for the keyboard cover to do its thing? I am hoping a sleeve is not my only choice. overall product is amazing! FYI I also bought the mini boom box from logitech which sounds amazing for as small as it is and what impressed me the most is that i I can have the keyboard and speaker both synced to blue tooth at the same time. Thanks

    Dan
     
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    I tied the Belkin clear back cover... The magnets on the stand portion were noticeably weakened.

    So I bought a clear back protector skin, and the Targus Crave sleeve (amazon) and it fits the iPad and keyboard nicely, with room for headphones and a stylus in a separate pocket.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
     
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    Apple new iPad (3rd Gen.) Armor Carbon Fiber protectors by BodyGuardz

    or

    icarbons.com
     

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