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Keyboard Shortcut for “Use” When Renaming Things

Yippee! This change alone will save me 4.3 years of work every 30 days! No exaggeration! 😀

4 Responses to "Keyboard Shortcut for “Use” When Renaming Things"

  1. I am grateful for this Finder preference option:

    http://screencast.com/t/Njk0OGQ1ZD

  2. Lex said on November 16, 2009:

    I am grateful for this Finder preference option […]

    Yep. I've been grateful since, what, Leopard came out?

  3. Ölbaum said on November 16, 2009:

    Yep. I've been grateful since, what, Leopard came out?

    I still have that option enabled (it's the only one in that pane that is enabled). To be honest, I'm not sure why - I think I like confirming that I'm changing the file extension since it's so closely related to the file type now in Mac OS X.

  4. Hell yeah. Having to grab the mouse every time I changed an extension, as the computer stupidly ignored my ⌘-u, drove me nuts. Just the inconsistency in listening to keyboard shortcuts for dialog boxes drove me a little bananas.


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