11-13-2015 12:43 PM
11-13-2015 12:55 PM - edited 11-13-2015 01:08 PM
It seems like a simple problem I want to get @ , $ using : alt + 2 and alt + 4 , and it won't allow me to do it in the section which i have pointed out in the picture
11-13-2015 01:11 PM - edited 11-13-2015 01:21 PM
above i wrote that I used cmd + 2 and cmd + 4 , mistake! but I have edited it to alt + 2 and alt + 4 which would give me @ and $ .
What happens when i do: alt + 2 is that the "code window" jumps/switches to the "log window" and once i do: alt + 2 again it goes to the "result window",
code --> log ---> result
when applying alt + 2, but as I have mentioned it should be @ or atleast how it works when I am not using SAS university edition
11-13-2015 02:27 PM - edited 11-13-2015 02:27 PM
You should open a support ticket with SAS.
Normally in this type of frustrating situation I end up using copy-paste. So open a file in NOTEPAD or other editor that works with your keyboard and type the problem characters there. Highlight them and copy them. Then go back to the SAS Studio window and paste them in.
11-13-2015 02:43 PM
hehe, the problem is that I cant even copy from eg. a .txt file and paste it into my "SAS browser". I give up , i will borrow another computer which not a MAC computer,
11-13-2015 03:17 PM