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Solaris Express Installation Guide: Basic Installations
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Platform Conventions

The following keyboard and mouse conventions are applicable to SPARC and x86 based systems:

  • The key referred to as Return is labeled Enter on some keyboards.

  • From left to right on a three-button mouse, the default settings for CDE are SELECT, ADJUST, and MENU. For example, the text says, “Click SELECT” instead of “Click the left mouse button.” Otherwise, these keys are referred to as mouse button 1, mouse button 2, and mouse button 3.

  • From left to right on a two-button mouse, the default settings are SELECT and MENU. The ADJUST function is obtained by simultaneously pressing SELECT and the Shift key on the keyboard (Shift-SELECT).

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