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hotkey

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Restore Save As functionality in Lion with hot-key shortcuts

While Lion is missing the Save As feature, you can restore it to an extent using custom hot keys.

By June 4, 2012

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Global hotkeys (Expos�, Spaces, etc.) suddenly disabled

Potential culprits include WoW.

By January 14, 2008

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Show multiple days in OS X Calendar's week view

You can view between one and seven days in the week view of Apple's Calendar application, but this can only be accessed using a hidden hotkey.

By February 18, 2014

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Switch monitor resolutions quickly

If you find yourself switching screen resolutions often, you probably wish there was an easier way. HotKey Resolution Changer is the easier way! Veronica shows you how to put it to use, on today's Tekzilla Daily.

May 14, 2012

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Addressing application "Quit" options becoming nonfunctional

You may run across a problem with some applications where it will not quit. When you use the command-Q hotkey the application neither responds nor shows any error, and if you go directly to the application menu you will see the "Quit" option is greyed out.

By May 27, 2010

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Use your iMac as an external monitor

If you have an iMac made in mid-2011 or later, here is how you can use it as an external monitor.

By March 26, 2014

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Apple offers workaround for Mail-checking bug in Mavericks

If Mail in OS X Mavericks will check your e-mail account only after being launched, then this workaround will help at least check messages until an update is released.

By February 3, 2014

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How to quickly force-quit the current application in OS X

Force-quitting an application can be done directly with one keystroke, if needed.

By July 24, 2013

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Managing tabbed Finder browsing in OS X Mavericks

There are a number of ways to navigate, move files between, and otherwise manage the new Finder tabs in the latest version of OS X.

By November 15, 2013

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Undo inadvertent drag-and-drop errors in Finder

If you have dragged files to an incorrect location by accident in the OS X Finder, there are several ways to undo this without having to select and drag them all back.

By January 17, 2014