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Edit reminders without clicking the 'i' button System 10.8
In the Mountain Lion Reminders app you don't have to click the Inspector button (i) to edit a reminder; just double-click anywhere except on the title of the reminder.

[kirkmc adds: To be precise, you can edit the name of a reminder by double-clicking on it, just like any text in a word processor or text editor. But to display the Inspector window, you have to double-click somewhere in the same line, but not on the text. So you can double-click to the right of its name, if it's short, or if it's too long, you can double-click in the margins above or below it, or to the left of it. You can also click on a reminder and press Command-I to get the Info window. The help says to double-click a reminder, which is not quite true.]
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Edit reminders without clicking the 'i' button
Authored by: auntchilada on Aug 17, '12 10:39:53PM

i am so sick of clicking. doubly so of double-clicking. has anyone else noticed the trend to _click_? it's even in the documentation. give us keyboard equivalents!

sincerely,

Murray Jobs
Steve's older, fatter, troubling brother



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