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Quicksilver - Access Minimized Windows
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Quicksilver does an awful lot of things from the keyboard, but accessing windows that have been minimized isn’t typically in the cards. While some of you may choose to hide your application windows when not using them, I’m still of the camp that minimizes them - call it a Windows hold-over practice.
Anyhow, the screencast you’re about to view will demonstrate just how to restore minimized windows using Quicksilver and your keyboard. You’ll need a plugin, but it’s not available in the plugins section of the preferences…This plugin is a very experimental Objective-C offering over at quicksilver.infogami.com. There’s some great stuff here, but it is experimental for the most part, so play at your own risk! [SUGGEST A ARTICLE]
Tags: Quicksilver, Screencast, Mac OS X, Mac, [SUGGEST A TAG]
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