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Cmd-D in PulpFiction

Even as a developer, we sometimes forget some of the cool features in our own applications. Today I had to remind myself that cmd-D toggles the linked content and the feed content. Ah, what a great feature! 🙂

Three cheers for cmd-D, even if I'm the only one that uses it (I suspect I'm not). I'm now off to find some of the other features I've long since forgotten about…

4 Responses to "Cmd-D in PulpFiction"

  1. Cool; I didn't realize you had put that feature in PF. Sure makes it easier to comment to posts without worrying about Safari...

  2. Ok, I'm another that didn't even realize that function existed. Thanks for highlighting it for us. 🙂

  3. Very nice--clever idea!

  4. Best. Feature. Ever. I can't believe I didn't know about this!

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