It is hard to use Framer for non-macOS users since it uses macOS-style keyboard shortcuts and macOS-style scroll direction.
We should have fixed most of those so we’d be very interested in specific description of thinks that don’t work as expected (platform, browser, functionality, shortcut).
We updated all shortcuts with Windows mappings and fixed all known broken shortcuts for Windows too! Please let us know if you find any new bugs. We’ll look into ChromeOS support soon.
@Benjamin den Boer: Sorry, maybe it hasn't replicated for everyone yet, but it didn't work for me. Maybe because I'm using Chrome on Ubuntu. The menu still shows Mac shortcuts. Ctrl + Z for example doesn't work. I tried to refresh and clear the cache with Ctrl + Shift + R, but it didn't work.
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@Thiago Braga: Heya. Ah yes, we don’t officially support Linux as an operating system unfortunately. We support macOS and Windows and hope to soon be able to support ChromeOS and iPadOS too, but no plans for Linux at the moment.
@Benjamin den Boer: No problem. I'll try on Windows. Framer is incredible. Thanks :)
@Benjamin den Boer: i'm disappointed to see that framer is dropping linux support (the older landing page said it was going to be optimized for MacOS, Windows, and *Linux*; that text is gone now), since it was one of the main reasons i checked it out. It would be nice if the mac keyboard shortcuts were not the default if the program couldn't figure out what operating system you were on, since most flavors of linux use the Meta (aka windows/command) key how windows does not not how mac does.
@Benjamin den Boer: Will shortcuts work for ChromeOS too, or just Windows?
@Laurent Baumann: ChromeOS too.
@Laurent Baumann: We hope to fully support ChromeOS soon as well. For now, we’ve mostly optimized for macOS and Windows.
@Koen Bok @Benjamin den Boer should I enter another feature request for Chrome OS shortcut support so other people can upvote it? Many shortcuts are still not working on Chrome OS and I still see the ⌘ symbol in many menus. No pressure, just asking so I can keep an eye on progress :-)
@Laurent Baumann: Yes, that would be helpful! :-)
it's worse when using i3wm, as you typically would use the command key (aka the windows or super key) for many window-related actions.