You can map certain key combinations on your Mac keyboard to keys on your virtual machine.
The following mappings are supported:
Key to Key
Set of Modifiers to Modifier
Set of Modifiers + Key to Key
You cannot stack key mappings. You cannot create one key mapping and include that key mapping as part of another key mapping.
- Select Keyboard & Mouse. and click
- Click Key Mappings to go to the Key Mappings pane.
- Select the Enable Key Mappings check box.
- (Optional) Select the Enable Language Specific Key Mappings check box if you want to incorporate key mappings related to the keyboard layout for the language you selected in the Input Menu (as shown by the flag icon in the menu bar).
When you change the Input Menu to a supported keyboard layout, additional key mappings are appended to the key mapping list. Fusion supports U.K. English, Belgian, Danish, French, Swiss French, and German. This feature is not available for Mac OS X Server virtual machines.
- Change the key mapping settings.
Turn a key mapping on or off
Click the check box to the left of the Mac Shortcut.
Edit a key mapping
Double-click the Mac Shortcut or Virtual Machine Shortcut to change and make that change in the Edit Key Mapping dialog.
Add a key mapping
Click the add (+) button and define the new key mapping in the Edit Key Mapping dialog.
Delete a key mapping
Select the key mapping and click the remove (-) button.
Restore the default settings
Click Restore Defaults.