Use the Tab key in user-created keyboard shortcuts in Snow Leopard. In OS X 10.5, pressing the Tab key while creating keyboard shortcuts (in the Keyboard Shortcuts tab of the Keyboard & Mouse System Preferences panel) didn’t work; the system would just beep and not accept the Tab key.In Snow Leopard you can now use the Tab key in any combination with the Shift, Control, Command, and Option keys. For example, you could change the Exposé All Windows activation keystroke to Option-Tab, which might make sense if you’re used to using Command-Tab to switch applications and want to have a similarly-assigned ...(continue read) tags: expose
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In 10.6 that when use Exposé in Application Windows mode, it shows all windows, not just the ones in the current Space. I always end up clicking on the wrong window and being whisked away to a another Space.
To stop that from happening, open Terminal and run these two commands:defaults write com.apple.dock wvous-show-windows-in-other-spaces -bool FALSE
killall DockFrom now on, Exposés Application Windows mode will only show windows in the current Space.
To reverse this hint, usedefaults delete com.apple.dock wvous-show-windows-in-other-spaces
killall DockSource: mymacosx tags: expose