After setting "Send macOS system shortcuts" to "Always", shortcut to return to Mac?

Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by ErnestT1, Jun 13, 2018 at 5:15 AM.

  1. ErnestT1

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    I want to use cmd-tab to switch between Windows apps. I believe that setting "Send macOS system shortcuts" to "Always" is the standard way to solve this.

    The problem is that I want to be able to switch back to Mac with a keyboard shortcut. (Ideally, I'd like to have a shortcut to open the Mac dock from Windows, but my "open dock" shortcut no longer works.) (I use Windows in full-screen mode.)

    Is there a recommended way to return to Mac with the keyboard?
    Currently I drag the mouse to the bottom of the screen until the dock appears, but this is slow.
    Some Parallels keyboard combinations do work from Windows, for example I can pause. I type cmd-comma to bring up Parallels options at which time I can use Mac shortcuts to bring up dock and switch to Mac apps, but this procedure is a bit goofy since it leaves the options screen open.

    Thanks,
    Ernie
     

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