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The finder is a carbon app.
Authored by: kaboom on Oct 02, '01 07:48:36PM

Menu access does not, however, work in the finder. :(



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Works for me...
Authored by: robg on Oct 03, '01 12:45:17PM

The Finder in 10.1 certainly responds to the keyboard menu keys -- control-M drops the menus while I'm in the Finder, and the arrow keys then work as expected.

Are you saying that it does not work on your 10.1 Finder?

-rob.



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Doesn't work for me...
Authored by: robm on Oct 04, '01 08:24:50AM

Ctrl-M doesn't work in any application on my Pismo powerbook. (except for in System Preferences).. only when I activate it with the mouse I can roll through the menus with the arrow keys. Pity!



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What about a custom key?
Authored by: robg on Oct 04, '01 08:40:29AM

Try the other pre-defined sets, or define a custom key set in the preference panel -- do any of the available options work?

-rob.



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What about a custom key?
Authored by: dodita on Oct 04, '01 12:40:36PM

It works on my pismo, I use F7-F10.
But still doesn't move in Dock, it won't move :(

do you have any idea to solve this ?



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ibook fn keys in full keyboard access
Authored by: klez23 on Oct 05, '01 05:37:45AM

just noticed that on a (white) ibook, you have to press <ctrl> then<fn> then <f3> (or <f2> or whatever). if you do <fn> then <ctrl> it doesn't work.

peter



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