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Create a universal shortcut to most apps' Preferences dialog
Authored by: Kool on May 09, '03 11:09:37AM

Actually, the semicolon is already is use for 'Check Spelling' I
found out, better use the comma ","!

How to use an option key with this hint? The terminal doesn't
like it if I just type '...' (that's option-; (after Mail.app) on my
Dutch keyboard)...



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Create a universal shortcut to most apps' Preferences dialog
Authored by: santin on May 09, '03 02:12:17PM

Try with "~;"

Remember:
$ -> shift
@ -> command
^ -> control
~ -> option



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