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How to do it from the command line
Authored by: james_sorenson on Jul 22, '02 12:18:50AM

How did you figure out that trick with adding a new key to the Mail preferences to alter keyboard shortcuts? Is this particular to just Mail, or do all Cocoa apps accept custom key configurations from a preference file? If so, do you know of an easy way to get the name of the commands from the source to assign the keys? If it's this easy, one could write a program that could be a general shortcut manager for all Cocoa apps.



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How to do it from the command line
Authored by: hombre on Aug 01, '02 03:53:24PM

Such an application exists. It is called ReKey.



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