Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'macOS' started by ero87, Nov 12, 2007.
Title says it all, I can't get this to function in Leopard. Is it gone?
Works for me
im still on Tiger, and never knew about this. thanks for the tip!
It might have gotten turned off in your Keyboard preferences. It's definitely still there. (it's not a Safari function either)
I haven't used Leopard yet but is it possible the shortcut is not on by default? See if it's checked off within the "keyboard shortcuts" tab of the keyboard & mouse system prefs.
It's not ctrl+cmd+D
It's CMD+CTRL+D.In that order.
That's what I've been doing wrong. Silly me, could never get it to work.
They both work for me.
CTRL + CMD + D works for me.
It doesn't matter as long as you press d last.
oh you were right, it was turned off for some reason.
THANKS so much
Thank you so much!!! Was very annoying and this is the weirdest solution I ever encountered. Just switching two keys!!
It should say that in the Keyboard shortcut list!! instead of Ctrl-cmd-D, it should say cmd-ctrl-D
but thanks again.
Guys thank you for this thread. It's working for me too finally. But what I got is a new Dictionary window not a pop up window.
Never knew about this, thanks. PS: Also didn't realise space bar quick view existed until 2 days ago!