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10.6: One way to create a mouse-free launcher assistant
Authored by: squirrel77 on Apr 29, '10 08:13:34AM
I tend to stick with:-
Command + Tab to flick to Finder, or just click on the desktop,
then do Command + Shift + A or Command + Shift + U to open the Applications/Utilities folder,
then type the first few letters of the app to highlight it and then do Command + O to open it.

No messing about with 3rd party apps or settings, becomes 2nd nature very quickly and you could place a folder that alphabetically appears first in either of these folders to access your hierarchy folder with arrow keys.

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