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By default it would seem that you can't use Expose and have certain Final Cut Studio keyboard shortcuts. To keep things simple we typically recommend to disable Expose for the most efficient operation of Final Cut. If you are a fan of using F9 - F12 as the Mac Expose, there is a solution. Instead of disabling Expose, you can choose remap the Expose functions to a different keyboard command.

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When you are about to click on an F key, hold down a modifier key first, then click the modified F key to reassign the keyboard shortcut to the new modified keyboard shortcut.



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