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Re-Order the Fetch Shortcuts Menus

Do you use a shortcuts menu frequently in Fetch? Whether you use the Shortcuts menu bar menu or the "heart" shortcuts pop-up menu in the New Connection dialog, you can change the order of the shortcuts in the menu: Choose Shortcuts > Show Shortcuts to open the Fetch Shortcuts window. Click any column header in the window to change the sort order. The menus will show the shortcuts in the same order as the window.

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Apple Data Detectors 1.0.2

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With Mac OS 8's contextual menu technology and the combination of Apple Data Detectors and Internet Address Detectors (ADD/IAD), you can highlight a block of text in almost any application, then choose actions for any URLs, email addresses, newsgroup names, or other particular items the text contains. (See "Of Mice and Menus" and "More Context on Contextual Menus" in TidBITS 398 and 399.) This week's release of ADD/IAD 1.0.2 optimizes performance, adds more plug-ins for interacting with FileMaker Pro and QuarkXPress, and adds the ability to disable contextual menus in selected applications. Although Apple steered developers away from Control-click combinations for years, Mac OS 8's contextual menus can still interfere with some programs. (When using the Path tool in Adobe Photoshop, for example, Control-clicking brings up a contextual menu instead of changing the Path tool's function.) Under ADD 1.0.2, you can turn off contextual menus in any application by choosing an item from the Help menu when the application is active. Some applications that implement their own contextual menus (such as BBEdit) may not offer the exclusion option under Help. ADD/IAD 1.0.2 is a 1.9 MB download; you'll need DiskCopy 6.1 or Aladdin's ShrinkWrap 3.0 to access the disk image.

 

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