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View Mesh (CTRL + F1) equivalent on a Mac

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Hi
Sorry for such a basic question but I'm a complete newbie.
On the Elastic Motions tutorial video the presenter refers several times to CTRL + F1 to view the mesh on a prop.

The only problem is that I have a Macbook with touchbar - with no F1 key (and not displaying as an option on the touchbar).
What is the CTRL + F1 equivalent (a) as a keyboard shortcut, and (b) selecting through the menu.

I looked through the app but couldn't see anything obvious. 

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Hi... If you are using the Mac version it is Command + F1.

                                                                

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Hi Peter

Thanks for responding.
The thing that threw me was that the new MacBook Pros don't have any function keys. Hence no obvious F1.
However, I've since discovered that pressing the Fn key at the bottom-left of the keyboard changes the touchbar (which replaced the traditional function keys) so that they show F1, F2 etc. Hence I can see the mesh and follow the tutorials now. Smile

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