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re: You Probably Don't Need a Mac VIEW POST

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re: A standard "settings" shortcut. On MacOS, the cmd + , will always open the settings. On every other desktop, it won't, and that's pretty annoying....
 

You said that sarcastically, right?
Because if you have ever customized linux you would know that you can even set a nuke to fire on any keys you want, LoL

😂 😂 😂

No, I said that seriously.
Sure, I can tweak any linux software to use a single key for settings.
But do I really want to try to re-tweak every software I use for this?

In MacOS, it is a standard, so it's always this key by default.

The argument isn't in the feasibility, it's in the comfort.

You mean it's familiarity.

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