I'm caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.
Like you, as I said earlier, I really miss several of the keyboard shortcuts under MacBridge
This, and the floating point error sent me back to running under parallels.
However I recently upgraded to Parallels10 and it is causing me problems in that it keeps losing the focus in the Windows environment, so I can't simply copy/check something on my Mac side (everything except a couple of genie programs) and then switch back to Windows be it RM or the other program, and keep typing
I have to click within the current window/sub window first, often having to move the mouse back to where it was.
Which I'm finding more of a pain than missing a few shortcuts, so am back using MacBridge to see how I go.
Have you experimented with Command + shift + the normal options you are used to?
CMD+Shift+S opens source, at which point CMD+Shift+M or+P work fine for memorize/paste and CMD+Shift+O shuts most windows.
The ones I was missing most were
a) Ctrl+C to bring up colour coding
If I use CMD+T to open the Tools menu and arrow down to colour code people the colour code window briefly flashes on the screen and is gone.
So you have to switch to click the menu item instead, which works fine, but is a pain (isn't it nice that our problems are so minor in the overall scheme of things)
Being prompted to experiment further, after having got so used to having my fingers go to cmd instead of ctrl for everything, I find that CTRL+C works
But it would be nice if the shortcuts were consistent between having to use CMD instead of CTRL !
Ctrl+F to bring up the person list
As I had adusted to using CMD instead of CTRL, I couldn't find a quick easy equivalent that works consistently.
CMD + anything much like shift/fn/ctrl/option mostly opens the file menu
You'd thinkg that CMD+S + enter (as the Person search menu item is highlighted) would do the trick, but no, that opens the edit person window for the person with the focus
Esc, does close it and bring up the person list, but WHY?
Sometimes I ended up in add parents or something instead!
However, a bit of experimentation, showed that Ctrl+F seems to work all along - I'd just, as above, got so used to substituting CMD for CTRL
c) with person open for edit Alt+G opened the manage groups menu
Alt+G doesn't work, but Cmd+G does
Which, I think, leaves me with the text selection shortcuts I'm used to ... and probably others, but these ones were driving me potty right now.