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Create a universal shortcut to most apps' Preferences dialog
Authored by: rodik on May 11, '03 10:35:30AM

I must be really stupid. After trying this out I decided that I don't like it all that much, but I can't figure get get the keys back the way they were. Could anyone hint me on how to do just that?



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Create a universal shortcut to most apps' Preferences dialog
Authored by: machine on May 11, '03 01:39:05PM

Here's how to get rid of the above changes. This deletes what you just wrote in the "NSUserKeyEquivalents" key:

To delete:
defaults delete NSGlobalDomain NSUserKeyEquivalents

To see what it is set to:
defaults read NSGlobalDomain NSUserKeyEquivalents



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