ReturnOpen™ - Open files and folders on your Mac with the Return Key, just like you did in Windows!
Snow Leopard Users
One of the changes Apple made to Finder in 10.6 causes it to ignore the work ReturnOpen does to set your return key as a shortcut for the "Open" command. If you install ReturnOpen on a 10.6 machine you will notice that the "Open" menu item under the "File" menu displays the return key as its shortcut, however, it seems that the new Finder overrides this preference. I'm looking for a solution in the little spare time that I have. If you can offer any insight, please share your ideas and knowledge, the many ReturnOpen users and I will be grateful.
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Did you recently switch from Windows to Mac?
Are you sick and tired of the fact that every time you hit the Return Key to open a file or folder you're prompted to rename it instead?
Hate having to hit two keys to open a file?
ME TOO! That's why I made ReturnOpen!
Simply download and mount the disk image then double click the ReturnOpen™ icon. In less than one minute you'll be using your Return Key to open files and folders! You don't even have to restart! Note: Finder will be relaunched at the end of the install, which will cause any windows that you have open to be closed.
Donations are accepted to help offset the cost of making ReturnOpen™ available for free. Any amount is completely acceptable and will be sincerely appreciated. Enjoy!
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