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At 05:03 PM 7/6/96 -0400, Glanbrok, Conqueror of Bluntskulls wrote:
>But shouldn't we agree that Frame is a low-productivity tool? You MUST use
>the mouse a lot. There are very few accelerator keys.
Very few accelerator keys? Boy, have you got this one wrong. There are many
(and some even quite mnemonic) and, what's even better, it's the same key
combination for Unix and Windows--I know, I use it on both platforms daily.
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