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How to override Command-H on MAC OSX?

 
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Hi Folks ,
I have a problem a problem with Mac OSX and Java version 1.4+.
In our application, We are using CMD-H to do some task. It works fine in Java 1.3.1. But now we are moving to Java 1.4+.
Since CMD-H is being used to HIDE the application, It is not invoking what i wanted to do.
Can anyone help me in this reagrd?
Thank you,
- Baps.
 
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Bapuji,
While this doesn't do exactly what you're looking for, it does allow you to remap the use of certain keys. The programmer seems to indicate that he's looking for modification suggestions as well:
UControl
Another note is something from BBEdit that might be of interest to you:
BBEdit and CMD-H
My last suggestion would be to use Menu-Master and see if it is possible to just remap cmd-h for this application:
MenuMaster
 
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You can, for most applications, use the Keyboard & Mouse Preference Pane-> Keyboard Sortcuts to assign keys. The applications mapping is visible when you scroll down past all the global shortcuts.
HTH
Craig
 
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