What does diagonal arrow key mean in MacOSX?

Hi,

When I use IntelliJ on my MacOSX, it suggested one of this keyboard shortcut when "No files are open" in a project:

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Now I know the first one is the "Option/Alt" key, but what is that second key suppose to be? How do I type that?

I've checked the http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/docs/IntelliJIDEA_ReferenceCard_Mac.pdf and I don't see that diagonal arrow key there.

Thanks,
Zemian

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It's the Home key (which is available on the full Mac keyboard but not available on the MacBook keyboards or the small wireless keyboard). Note that the Mac OS X 10.5+ keymap, which you can select under Settings | Keymaps, does not use the Home key.

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It's worth mentioning that the home key is available on macbook/wireless keyboards if you press 'fn' + 'left arrow'.  So this key combo would be 'fn + alt/option + left arrow'.  

fn + right arrow = end
fn + up arrow = pg up
fn + down arrow = pg down

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