Lesson thirteen - Stand on the right when travelling on escalatorsI don't want to contest this rule at all and fully see its point. I even stick to it on department store escalators. However, when living in the UK I always got the side for that wrong. When in (continental) Europe, standing on the right and passing on the left seems natural. In the UK, however, people drive on the left hand side of the road and pass people on the right. Sidewalks work analogously. [You wouldn't think this is significant on sidewalks, but when just coming from Europe, you'll always find yourself bumping into people when actually trying to evade them for exactly that reason.] For some unknown reason, however, British escalators work the same way as European escalators. Very easy to handle correctly when just coming in from Europe, very schizophrenic when staying in the UK.
This is another rule (which is official, actually) which most tourists break and drives most commuters mad.
Keyboard Shortcutsas that's what people mostly call them. Apple, however, calls them Keyboard Equivalents, a much more adequate description of the subject.
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