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Mac debug keyboard shortcuts

Asked by Robbie
on 28 Nov 2011

Hi,

I am using Matlab on a Mac for the first time and I don't know the equivalent keyboard shortcuts if they exist for debugging e.g. F10, F11 for run etc. Does anyone know what they are or how to configure them?

Thanks

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Answer by Ken Atwell
on 29 Nov 2011
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Configurable shortcuts were added in R2009b. By default, MATLAB tries to follow the muscle memory "expectation" for each platform. The F11/F10 keys you mention are for Windows and are inspired by Visual Studio, where as the shortcut keys on the Mac are influenced by Xcode:

  • Command- shift- I to step IN
  • Command- shift- O to step OVER
  • As so on

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And for Unix / Linux? ;-)

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Answer by the cyclist
on 28 Nov 2011

In the menus:

MATLAB --> Preferences --> Keyboard --> Shortcuts

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Thanks for your response - unfortunately I don't seem to have the shortcuts option available and I have tried all the available keyboard preference settings. I am using Matlab version R2008a.

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