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So in gmail # is meant to delete the current message, or messages checked, however, for me it doesn't seem to work.

I have a UK macbook so I would usually get a # by typing alt/option + 3 but in gmail it doesn't trigger the message be deleted.

What's up with it? All the other shortcuts [I've tried] in gmail work.

Thanks in advance

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closed as off topic by quack quixote, Troggy Feb 14 '10 at 4:44

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If you enable 'Labs' features then you can choose to define your own keyboard shortcuts. You could then reassign another key.

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Sweet dude! Still don't know why the default didn't work but I've changed it now anyway :) –  Adam Taylor Feb 7 '10 at 18:06

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