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Use Quicksilver for Finder cut and paste
Authored by: rammjet on Nov 20, '08 04:28:50AM
There is a hidden Finder preference to enable this. The utility MacPilot can set the preference: "Allow cutting files via the Edit menu"

Look at the 3rd Finder feature on this page:

I'm sure there is a "defaults write" command that can do the same thing. And there are probably other less expensive utilities that can do this as well. Maybe (I don't know) MacPilot will do this in Demo mode.

Also, when dragging a file, holding down the Command key will Move the file rather than copying it.

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