Switching tabs in Adium w/ keyboard?

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by urbantea, Nov 9, 2013.

  1. urbantea macrumors member

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    On my other mac, i could switch tabs in chat on ADIUM by pressing open apple and the left / right arrow.

    Now that I have a new macbook, i cannot do that anymore.

    where is the setting for this? How do I set this?
     
  2. kage207 macrumors 6502a

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  3. urbantea thread starter macrumors member

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    Yeah ok, well your post doesnt help.

    It doesnt tell me how to make it back to OPEN APPLE + arrow right/left.

    But I did just go into Adium- preferences = general = and under SWITCH TABS with, there's an option to set it to OPEN APPLE + right/left.

    So thanks but no thanks.

    and you try looking at google, or better yet, learn how to read , son.
     
  4. kage207 macrumors 6502a

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    Says it right there on the page I linked you to. I do know how to read.

    Lastly, don't call me son. I'm not your son. I did look at Google. I don't use Adium. I typed into Google 'Adium hotkeys'. Really, it's not hard to figure something out that says it right there on the page for you. Maybe you should learn how to read. :rolleyes:
     
  5. urbantea thread starter macrumors member

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    Where does it say it?

    It says

    ^(⇧)⇥ Switch to next/previous chat tab*

    which is not what i'm looking for. I was looking how to do it with OPEN APPLE + left/right.
     
  6. kage207 macrumors 6502a

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    Can you please read?

     
  7. urbantea thread starter macrumors member

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    Ah, good one. Thats very picky though, Link me to a page with a whole mess of junk to read and tell me to read the * footnote.

    But sure, you win, my friend.. haha.

    Could have been more specific though. =P
     
  8. kage207 macrumors 6502a

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    Right next to each other. :rolleyes:

    And yes, I do expect you to read the page. You are wanting to learn about hotkeys. You need to read. The quickest way to get stuff done on a computer is by becoming an expert. To become an expert is using hotkeys and reading documentation. Hence, I expect you to read through 'a whole mess of junk' if you are asking an expert question.

    It's not my job to be more specific. I gave you the resources, you should give yourself your all in terms of critical thinking and problem solving.
     

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  9. Pakaku macrumors 68000

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    For future reference: If the keyboard shortcuts provided don't satisfy you, you can always hit up the Keyboard Shortcuts under System Preferences...
     

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