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Lankyman

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As title says - am I dreaming. Just upgraded my iMac to Lion and happened to click on the Apple icon top left of screen where shut down options are. I have noticed that the keyboard shortcut symbols for sleep restart and shutdown have all disappeared? Please tell me I'm not dreaming and they were there previously in SL? :confused:
 

DollFaceDork

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Jul 13, 2011
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Shutdown immediately (no confirmation) Cmd-Opt-Ctrl-Eject
Restart immediately (no confirmation) Cmd-Ctrl-Eject
Sleep immediately (no confirmation) Cmd-Opt-Eject
Put display to sleep Ctrl-Shift-Eject

These work?
 
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Lankyman

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May 14, 2011
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Shutdown immediately (no confirmation) Cmd-Opt-Ctrl-Eject
Restart immediately (no confirmation) Cmd-Ctrl-Eject
Sleep immediately (no confirmation) Cmd-Opt-Eject
Put display to sleep Ctrl-Shift-Eject

These work?

Yes thanks I know that but where have they gone from the menu is my question?
 
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basher

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May 27, 2011
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Yep, the shortcuts are gone from my Lion install. What's the big deal if you already know the shortcuts? I like that it makes the menu items easier to read.

I guess the good is that at least your not complaining about Mission Control or Launchpad.:)
 
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Lankyman

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Yep, the shortcuts are gone from my Lion install. What's the big deal if you already know the shortcuts? I like that it makes the menu items easier to read.

I guess the good is that at least your not complaining about Mission Control or Launchpad.:)

It's not a big deal, what promted me to post was that I bought a new Mini earlier in the week that came preinstalled with Lion then upgraded my iMac to Lion. It was then I noticed no keyboard shortcuts for sleep etc. and I just began to wonder if they had ever been there in the first place or if I had imagined them and I was going bonkers. It does seem strange they have been omitted though, perhaps Apple is dropping hints that the future is more like iOS where you won't need a keyboard? :eek:
 
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