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10.3: Recreate the Go -> Documents Finder menu option
Authored by: gagnon on Dec 12, '03 04:20:22PM

Is there somewhere a list of the commands one may use in the same fashion we use "GoUt", "GoDo" and "GoFa" here?

The following commands are the ones found here and in Menu Info of the Go Menu configuration of the MenuBar instance of the file /System/Library/Finder.app/Contents/Ressources/English.lproj/Menus.nib using Interface Builder :

Back -> go back in navigation history
Frwd -> go forward in navigation history
OpPf -> go up one folder in folder hierarchy
GoCm -> go to Computer folder
GoHm -> go to Home folder
GoDo -> go to Documents folder
GoFa -> go to Favorites folder
GoNW -> go to Networks folder
GoAp -> go to Applications folder
GoUt -> go to Utilities folder
RcFd -> go to Recent Folders folder
Goto -> invoke Go to Folder dialog
Cnnt -> invoke the Connect to Server dialog

There are much more other commands available navigating the other Menus configurations (File, Edit, etc.).

What kind of commands are those?

Where may one find documentation about it?

Where may one find out about other commands, commands not used here?



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10.3: Recreate the Go -> Documents Finder menu option
Authored by: p0stalmailman on Jan 22, '04 01:22:46AM
This is a cool hint, but does anyone know how to include an icon with the menu? I have a normal blue folder icon for Utilities and no icons at all for Documents and Favorites. Maybe it's due to the ID, but then someone said that each item should have its own ID.

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