8/18/11

Anyone know this? Thanks!

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8/18/11

alt o h r

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8/18/11

alt h o r

8/18/11

alt o r h

8/18/11

So much faster just to click...

8/18/11
al865149:

So much faster just to click...

LOL

8/18/11

Couldn't you have just googled this? I mean there are some things that don't need a thread and this is one of them

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8/18/11

alt h d s (enter)

8/19/11

Really? REALLY?

8/19/11

Fun fact:

If you copy/paste the title of this topic into google, the first result will contain your answer. I checked!

1/25/13

Right mouse click while you are hovering over the tab. Surely that one click is quicker than the separate key strokes?

1/25/13

mark.robson:
Right mouse click while you are hovering over the tab. Surely that one click is quicker than the separate key strokes?

No. Go rename 100 tabs and tell me if clicking is easier than ctrl + pg dwn; Alt ohr

1/26/13

sk8247365:
mark.robson:
Right mouse click while you are hovering over the tab. Surely that one click is quicker than the separate key strokes?

No. Go rename 100 tabs and tell me if clicking is easier than ctrl + pg dwn; Alt ohr

When did you ever need to rename 100 tabs? What about Ctrl + page down, then right mouse click for your 100 tabs? 3 key presses vs. 1 click? Not every shortcut is a shortcut (as my wife sometimes reminds me when I'm driving)

1/26/13

mark.robson:
sk8247365:
mark.robson:
Right mouse click while you are hovering over the tab. Surely that one click is quicker than the separate key strokes?

No. Go rename 100 tabs and tell me if clicking is easier than ctrl + pg dwn; Alt ohr

When did you ever need to rename 100 tabs? What about Ctrl + page down, then right mouse click for your 100 tabs? 3 key presses vs. 1 click? Not every shortcut is a shortcut (as my wife sometimes reminds me when I'm driving)

There's just no way that you can grab your mouse, move it down to the tabs area, right click on the correct tab, then move your mouse up to rename faster than I can press four keys (this might take 0.25 seconds).

Ironically, even after you right click on the tab, it's still faster to hit "R" (which is the keyboard shortcut for rename after a right click) than to move the mouse up to click on rename.

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1/26/13

mark.robson:
Right mouse click while you are hovering over the tab. Surely that one click is quicker than the separate key strokes?

Surely not.

"For all the tribulations in our lives, for all the troubles that remain in the world, the decline of violence is an accomplishment we can savor, and an impetus to cherish the forces of civilization and enlightenment that made it possible."

1/25/13

alt O H opens the command to edit the tab. ohh (hide tab), oht (change color), ohr (rename)

1/25/13

So much faster to just click???? have you ever used excel????

1/26/13

To rename 100 tabs, it's probably fastest just to put all your names in a column and then write a few lines in VBA to loop through and rename.

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