Enter to open a file in Finder
On my Mac when I hit the "enter" key on a file on my desktop or in the finder, it enters the "rename file" mode.
1) How do you actually "launch" or "open" (i.e. double click) the file with only the keyboard? In Windows, the Enter key does this. 2) Is there a way to map the Enter key to do this in Mac instead of rename?
Honestly, it makes little sense to me. I mean, how often do you rename something? Once, maybe. How often do you open something? Lots and lots of times.