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Tab key in the Finder Desktop
Strange I didn't read that anywhere: did you ever try to use the Tabulation key in Finder X ? If the window is:

-- in icon view, you will move from an icon to the next one (as in OS 9);
-- in list view, you will CHANGE the column display type (DIFFERENT from OS 9, and much better);
-- in column view, you will move to the next column, or RETURN to the first column if already in the last one !

This is really smart IMHO. Also you can do the same in reverse order, using shift-tab instead.
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And don't forget...
Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 29, '01 08:38:20PM
Command (Apple) + TAB to move to your dock (opening it if hidden) and move through running applications. Also very handy.

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10.1 use control-tab in list view
Authored by: soosy on Oct 31, '01 11:00:17PM

In 10.1 it seems to have changed slightly. Use control-tab or control-shift-tab in list view.



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