Hi all, I've been searching in vain around the internet for a few days now for a way to change the hotkey for switching between spaces (by default, option-arrow keys, though I have changed it to command-option-arrow keys) to option-tab and shift-option-tab. To be more specific, I'd like option-tab to switch to the space to the right, and shift-option-tab to switch to the space to the left. I have downloaded BetterTouchTool (http://blog.boastr.net/?page_id=1722), and it can assign any shortcut key to the simple option of bringing up the spaces interface itself, but I can't find a way to assign a different shortcut key to actually switching spaces. Interestingly, using that app, I was able to assign a five finger swipe (which blew my mind, by the way) in the corresponding direction for which space I wanted to switch to by assigning the gesture to the shortcut key for switching spaces (so, five finger swipe to the right is assigned to command-option-right arrow). Barring an explicit way to change this shortcut key to anything but the basic options System Preferences gives me, it might be useful to know of an application out there that can let me assign a shortcut key to...another shortcut key, if that makes sense. In other words, if I could assign option-tab to command-option-right arrow, and shift-option-tab to command-option-left arrow, that would be perfect. Hope this wasn't too confusing, haha - thanks!