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Toggle iTunes' window state with a keystroke
Authored by: Han Solo on Mar 01, '04 08:56:04PM
I tried using Control-Shift-Z for "Zoom" and Control-Shift-A for "Bring All to Front" for All Applications in the 10.3.2 Keyboard Shortcuts tab of the Keyboard & Mouse System Preference Pane. Neither seems to have any effect. Must short-cuts set there contain the Command key as well to function?

Hmm... That doesn't seem to have any effect either. Does one have to log out or quit apps first for these new shortcuts to work?

Argh! The newly-defined shortcuts have no effect in a subsequently-launched Cocoa app. What gives?? I can't afford to mess around with logging out & back in right now....

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