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Authored by: sublinear on Mar 04, '02 03:53:21PM

This is great - now I've got the Finder back command set to command + left arrow, just like the OmniWeb and IE 'Back' shortcut. Combined with USB Overdrive, the fourth mouse button of my IntelliMouse Explorer goes 'Back' in the Finder too! Woopah!



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Authored by: osxpounder on Mar 04, '02 04:34:42PM

How'd you set the back command to "command + left arrow", please? I can't imagine what to type in the config file to make that happen....

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Authored by: lugal on Mar 04, '02 08:16:48PM

How did you get this to work? I tried changing the hex code from 5B ("[") to 1C (which, I believe, is the proper code for the left arrow), but didn't have any success. The codes for other printing characters worked fine, though.



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Woohoo!
Authored by: DavidRavenMoon on Mar 04, '02 09:29:33PM

In IE the back shortcut *is* Command-[, and forward is Command-]. Netscape is the same way.

I was excited to see the Finder uses the same back key, because I'm so used to using Command-[ in IE.



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