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Program to use existing keyboard shortcuts

 
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2005 1:52 pm    Post subject: Program to use existing keyboard shortcuts Reply with quote

Program to actually use existing keyboard shortcut buttons (windows-multimedia keyboards), does that exist in Macland? I know in Linux desktopversions as Gnome, there is an easy one (just press the button and say what it should do!!) and something under KDE. As MacOSX is and BSD version of Unix, I should expect something like that as well.... Anyone familiar with such a thing?
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