About AliasKeys

AliasKeys lets you assign keystrokes to open files and folders. Any item that the Finder can open may be dragged to the list of AliasKeys and assigned a combination of keys, to open it without touching your mouse. You can use AliasKeys for applications, documents, folders, aliases, preference panels, servers, scripts... even web pages!

Hitting the keys opens the corresponding item, as would a double-click on its icon. AliasKeys is basically as simple as that; it is also extremely easy to set up.

AliasKeys needs Mac OS X 10.4 or better and is fully compatible with 10.5 and 10.6. It is fully optimized for both PowerPC and Intel-powered Macintoshes. Available in English, French and Japanese, AliasKeys is fully unicode-aware and can be used with any international keyboard and localized system version.

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