Well, the truth is that I’m getting crazy with Max OSX’s shortcut. I honestly miss the underestimated button home/end and pageUp/pageDown.
The funny thing is that everybody claim that Mac OSX has good usability grade, but most of the time, when I was asking a question like:
- what is the shortcut for the home/end in the terminal
- what is the shortcut to move word by word in the terminal
- what is the shortcut to do $functionX
I got answer, but mostly the answer was something like:
- I don’t use that function
- I don’t know, I use the mouse
- You don’t need that… don’t use it
Anyway, after some time trying to solve this mystery I finally found out that how to switch between two windows belonging on the same application:
- Command + ‘ = Switch between windows on the same application
- Command + ` = Switch between windows of finder
Personally, I would have preferred to have them inverted, because the ` is above the tab and is easy to reach than the other one (which is on the other side of the keyboard, for US key tabs), It will take another month to understand how to remap it :)
But ok, a short step ahead and no step backward
We’re in the process of evaluating several source control systems here at the office. It’s a JOYOUS experience and I mean that… sorta. Currently, we have a montage of files dumped into two SourceSafe repos.
At this point, most of you are either laughing, crying, or have closed your web browser so you don’t get caught reading something with the word ‘SourceSafe’ in it.
Yesterday I tried Apache Camel 2.10.0 that contains a small fix that I reported.
Actually I don’t understand why this issue was so underestimated, but have it fixed make my day :)
I don’t like firefox extension development, but for some reasons, I continue to need this page
Anyway I’m surprise how human being could have written so many extensions for firefox without decent tools for support, like debugging, logging and so on… Impressive… or depressive…?