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Add a keyboard shortcut to any Services menu item
Authored by: jceaser on Feb 14, '07 07:43:39PM

From a service that I have just created for my own personal uses, you only need shift-command if you enter a capital letter in to the .plist file. shift-command-m is the same way of saying command-M. As for numbers not requiring the use of a shift key, this can be explained with command-! which is of course the same as to command-shift-1.



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Add a keyboard shortcut to any Services menu item
Authored by: marcsnir on Jul 24, '08 12:59:27PM
Do not use this method on Mac OS 10.5 for "signed" mac applications.

The outcome is that the applications are detached from the keychain. I tried to associate a keyboard shortcut with mail, and now I have to enter my password whenever I start mail.

See: http://www.manytricks.com/blog/?id=30

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