pressing the shift key in any of those combinations just moves the selected graphic up or down but not the page. I tried both Fn and Alt keys and various combos such as the ones you mentioned and others in this thread. I also tried without shift and it just doesn't do anything
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Ok I think this confirms you are pressing Ctrl+Shift+down arrow NOT Ctrl+Shift+PgDN.
I feel like I need to explain a bit more pressing up or down as in up arrow or down arrow will move the graphics page up and down while page up and page down will change the palette however when we've all said Ctrl+Shift+PageDown we mean the actual button Page Down or PgDn not the down arrow.
You're probably not actually pressing pgdn then. That small text indicates an alternate function of the key; assuming you have an "fn" modifer key on your keyboard, you need to be holding that as well to activate it.
That explains everything.
First off: This isn't even a Lunar Magic issue! It's rather an issue with how the keyboard works as PgDn is just mapped onto the same key as the down key except you access it with the Fn key (I know this because my laptop for work has PgDn mapped that way). On a standard keyboard, PgUp and PgDn are actually separate buttons but on a compact laptop, you likely have to use Fn keys to access them. It's certainly where the confusion stems, hence my previous post that PgUp and PgDn change the palette. On the other hand, — and this is to explain what you actually pressed — Up and Down are the keys which change the pages, not PgUp and PgDn.
To explain what I mean: Open up a TXT file with many lines and check what happens when you press Up and Down without and with Fn. If you see the cursor jumps a single line, you pressed the up and down keys, if you see the cursor jumps multiple lines, you pressed PgUp and PgDn.
Long story short: The correct key combination on your end is Fn+Ctrl+Shift+Down. If that doesn't work then you pressed too many keys. The alternative is to force Fn keys or use the screen keyboard with a more traditional keyboard layout (should be included with most desktop environments).