Shortcuts

Shortcuts 2.0

Free
Shortcuts is a Mac OS X application to assign hot keys to contextual menu items.
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Shortcuts is a Mac OS X application to assign hot keys to contextual menu items. It works only with menu items added by contextual menu plug-ins. Version 2.0 also allows you to display a menu with items added by CM plug-ins.
Ever wanted to assign a hot key combination to contextual menu item? "Shortcuts" is the answer. It allows you to assign a hot key combination to chosen menu item so you can select some object (file in Finder or text) and hit keyboard combination to execute the task normally performed by choosing that menu item.
Shortcuts works with contextual menu plug-ins only. It does not work with menu items added by the application which shows the menu. For example, when you ctrl-click on Desktop in Finder you have "New Folder" and other items added by Finder. You cannot assign shortcuts to those items. But the same contextual menu also shows some items added by plug-ins

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