RE: shift=and-close-the-current-folder?

> [...]
> > I suppose we could use Alt-WindowsKey (= Alt-Super in most 
> cases) but 
> > I don't like relying heavily on such a bizarre key.
> Alt-Windows key? Wow. Do you realize not all keyboards have this key?

That is my point.

Murray Cumming
murrayc usa net

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