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Not too sure exactly what version this happened, but the keyboard shortcut to pull up the context menu (which gives access to implement interfaces, resolve usings, etc) no longer works on OS X.
This used to work fairly recently in MD (via shift+alt+F10, which is the same as in VS/Windows), but no longer works and requires the use of the mouse to implement interfaces or abstract methods, which I do very often. Resolving usings can be accomplished with the ctrl+alt+space shortcut, but there is no way to implement an interface or abstract class members with the keyboard.
Ideally, it would be nice to have a single shortcut to access the actions that can be done on the class/method/etc where the cursor is, such as refactoring, go to definition, implement interfaces, etc. but a dedicated shortcut for each would do.
A quick way to do this would be to add a key binding for the context menu as it was available before, which can be configured by the user.
I pushed a fix for that.