Hi there. Finally I bought a macbook air, and I am really impresed. The last time I worked with a mac was under yosemite, with a old macbook pro, and now all feels much more responsive and easy to use.However, I have a couple of questions:1. I have my sistem language set to spanish, so the keyboard is in spanish too, and I noticed I cannot use command left arrow to go back, in safary, preferences, the finder... I am sure I used this shortkey but it is not supported anymore, or Am I missing something? The only alternative I found is using command plus left braket, but it does not work unless I change my keyboard to english. ANY non english user of a mac knows how to deal with that? (oh, official mac guides online in spanish list the same shortkey, command plus left braket, aparently apple uses the exact keyboard scheme for all the languages...).2. In safary, I usually turn navquick on for reading content and surfing the web, however, when I press command plus L to enter an url, or search for anything, navquick is still activated, so I must turn it off before typping. Is there any alternative? This behavior is a bit anoying... In fact, in my old yosemite computer, some years ago, I did remember quicknav turned offf automatically to allow me typping, but perhaps I am wrong...Thanks in advance for any help¡!