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You must put the script in the "/Users/yourName/Library/Application Support/TextWrangler/Scripts" folder After that: Open the preferences of the TextWrangler Select "Menus & ShortCuts" --> "Scripts" --> "your script" to add your shortcut to the script TextWrangler accept the (cmd + enter) keys as shortcut


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ABC Extended behavior has not changed from that of US Extended, you type circumflex via option 6 and then the base character. Or the base character then option shift 6.


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Newer versions of Safari use the em-dash instead of n-dash. Example: Safari — iOS 9.3 — iPhone You can find it under the punctuation section of the Character Picker.


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Navigate to the app then in the "Get Info" window, add your desired term to the "Comments" box. Spotlight will then return that app when you type that term. For example, 99% of the time if I start typing "Photos..", I want Photoshop and not the Photos app. So I've added "phos" to the Photoshop comments for that purpose. It's a bit awkward, but it works.


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The Keyboard item in System Preferences has a Shortcuts tab. The Keyboard item in the Shortcuts tab has one item labeled Move focus to next window. The binding for that has a ` rather than a ~ (with the Cmd ⌘ key; I don't know how to type a cloverleaf), but either binding has the same effect for me (that box is checked on my Mac). It's possible you ...


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Tested and mine doesn't do this. Try to turn off key repeat: (mine below is not off) Maybe you have a non-Apple keyboard with anti-ghosting?


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Since you mentioned that you could use 3rd party apps you should have a look at Keyboard Maestro, allowing you to create macros and triggers. For example you could have Keyboard Maestro switch to the Dvorak keyboard whenever you are using Type Fu. Here is how I would go about this: Create a new Macro called "Switch to Dvorak". Pick "Application" trigger ...


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I solve a similar problem using the free public domain utility Karabiner. This allows for extremely extensive remapping of single or multiple key presses (including control keys) to any specifiable Unicode character, plus other operations. It is frequently updated, and photos has an older version for much older versions of OSX. You'll need to play a little ...


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In order to use an AppleScript script in TextWrangler's Script menu, it (or a link to it) must be in TextWrangler's Script folder located at, ~/Library/Application Support/TextWrangler/Scripts in order for it to appear on the menu. Note: The "~" in that path is your Home Folder and the Library folder may not be visible. You can open it from TextWrangler's ...



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