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Keyboard shortcut to save directly in iCloud Apps
Many of the "main" folders of OS X can be accessed with shortcuts in an Open/Save dialog. If you don't know these, they are Command-D for the Desktop, and Command-Shift-H for your home folder.

With the advent of iCloud, there is now a new shortcut to save files in that location, for apps that support iCloud: Command-Shift-I.
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Keyboard shortcut to save directly in iCloud
Authored by: PCheese on Aug 13, '12 10:55:53AM

The shortcut for iDisk back in the day was also command-shift-I.



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Keyboard shortcut to save directly in iCloud
Authored by: benwiggy on Aug 13, '12 02:15:32PM

All the shortcuts in the Finder's Go menu work in an open/save file dialog. So Cmd Shift A for Applications, Cmd shift O for Documents, etc, etc.



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