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Dec
5
comment Cut and Paste in Mac OS X's Finder
In Windows, "cutting" a file doesn't actually remove it from its original location until you paste it somewhere else. The file explorer fades the icon to indicate that it's been "cut", but if you put something else on the clipboard, the icon fades back in.
Dec
4
comment Cut and Paste in Mac OS X's Finder
Because being forced to use such a complicated mouse gesture, when other operating systems allow this operation with a simple pair of hotkeys, is ridiculous.
Dec
4
comment Cut and Paste in Mac OS X's Finder
@slhck While it is finally possible to move files entirely with hotkeys, it doesn't work in quite the way a Windows user would expect Cut/Paste to function. Rather than Cmd-X -> Cmd-V, the command is now Cmd-C -> Cmd-Opt-V. That will move the Cmd-C'd file to the new destination.
May
23
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