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Use Enter to edit iTunes song names
Authored by: dogboy on May 23, '05 04:54:09AM

Also, enter can be mapped to newline in chat clients (Adium for sure) so you can type decently formed paragraphs.
I find Enter to be a really useful key for assigning shortcuts, too, in combo with the modifiers.

More pointless is the § key. What on earth is *that* for?



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Use Enter to edit iTunes song names
Authored by: auricgoldfinger on May 23, '05 05:21:27AM

§ = section symbol: This designates a section. Example: §273.6 is also written as 40 CFR 273.6 (title 40, part 273, section 6).



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Authored by: gullevek on May 23, '05 08:32:33AM

yeah but isn't that "paragraph like in law" key only on a german keyboard? At least here on my japanese I don't have that.



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Authored by: ferret-slayer on May 23, '05 10:31:17AM

On a US keyboard:

§ = <option>-<6> = section-as-in-law
¶ = <option>-<7> = paragraph-as-in-law



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Authored by: arglborps on Jun 16, '05 01:06:32AM

This is interesting in Germany we use § as the paragraph sign only.



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