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The Greatest Keyboard Shortcut Ever

timothy posted about a year ago | from the wish-I'd-known-this-15-years-ago dept.

The Internet 506

Hugh Pickens DOT Com writes "Ryan Vogt writes in the Mercury News that Shakespeare described death as 'the undiscovere'd country, from whose bourn no traveller returns.' Did you know there is a the miraculous way to resuscitate tabs sent to the 'undiscovere'd country,' a sort of Ctrl-Z for the entire Internet, that means 'no more called-out cusswords, no more wishing the back button had you covered when, aiming to click on a tab, you accidentally hit the little X on the tab's starboard.' For Macs: Command [plus] shift [plus] t reopens the last tab. For PCs: Ctrl [plus] Shift [plus] T. 'Try it right now. Close this tab and bring it back. I dare ya.' Melia Robinson's trick [described for Chrome] works in Firefox and Internet Explorer, too, so clumsy mousing won't send the the E*Trade tab you mistakenly closed all cued up to sell those 10,000 shares of stock or your long political post on your uncle's Facebook page on a one-way trip to the undiscovere'd country in those browsers, either." No guarantees on the stock trading.

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Huh? What? (5, Interesting)

Frosty Piss (770223) | about a year ago | (#44673349)

Maybe it's the alcohol... But I really have no idea what the summary is talking about.

Re:Huh? What? (5, Insightful)

m1ss1ontomars2k4 (1302833) | about a year ago | (#44673357)

I agree. Is this just a bad /. post, or literally the worst /. post ever?

Re:Huh? What? (3, Insightful)

c0d3g33k (102699) | about a year ago | (#44673367)

Thirded. No clue what this is actually about.

Re:Huh? What? (5, Insightful)

vidnet (580068) | about a year ago | (#44673469)

The summary should read "Several browsers let you press Ctrl-Shift-T to reopen a closed tab. That is all."

Why this is deserving of an article I don't know.

Re:Huh? What? (4, Informative)

frozentier (1542099) | about a year ago | (#44673601)

Why this is deserving of an article I don't know.

It's not. I've been doing that with Chrome since it first came out.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

The MAZZTer (911996) | about a year ago | (#44673659)

I assumed it was making fun of people who didn't already know this?

Chrome puts closed tabs in the main menu so anyone who doesn't know the shortcut can find them easily, as well. I dunno what other browsers do but there's certainly an add-on for Firefox that can do it somewhere.

Re:Huh? What? (4, Funny)

Aaron B Lingwood (1288412) | about a year ago | (#44673473)

Thirded. No clue what this is actually about.

I think this is a story about a guy who logs into some banking/trading platform only to leave it idle and proceed to random web browsing in other tabs of the same browser instance.

I'm sure the story doesn't end well.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

ifiwereasculptor (1870574) | about a year ago | (#44673461)

Well, it's both very badly written and seems to exist for the sole purpose of informing about a browser feature that is already very well-known and can be accessed via the always intuitive context menu, which will also provide the shortcut information. So I'm going to go with B, even though I feel a fellow /.ter will prove me wrong by linking to an even more stupid story.

Re:Huh? What? (3, Funny)

greenreaper (205818) | about a year ago | (#44673361)

It's saying that "undo close tab" is a thing. Somehow this is a surprise to some people.

Re:Huh? What? (5, Funny)

GoodNewsJimDotCom (2244874) | about a year ago | (#44673415)

All I use is alt+s on firefox, and click one of the last places I was at.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

Old Wolf (56093) | about a year ago | (#44673437)

I knew about it in Chrome but hadn't been able to find a similar option in Firefox. (Going to the Firefox history and reopening the last closed page there, loses anything you'd typed into forms)

Re:Huh? What? (1)

greenreaper (205818) | about a year ago | (#44673529)

You can also right-click on the tab bar, it's an option there.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

jrumney (197329) | about a year ago | (#44673583)

The keyboard shortcut is spelt out in full right there in the "Recently Closed Tabs" submenu, inside the History menu you're looking at, and you needed some random blogger getting a front page article on Slashdot to find it for you?

Re:Huh? What? (5, Funny)

vidnet (580068) | about a year ago | (#44673523)

Somehow it claims it's "a sort of Ctrl-Z for the entire Internet".

Come back when it lets me undo posting Slashdot comments with mipselled words.

Re:Huh? What? (5, Funny)

alphatel (1450715) | about a year ago | (#44673377)

Maybe it's the alcohol... But I really have no idea what the summary is talking about.

I didnt know either, but after I used the greatest shortcut ever, porn popped up. So it's a porn-regrabber!

Re:Huh? What? (5, Funny)

Fwipp (1473271) | about a year ago | (#44673381)

It's sort of trendy here to talk about how the once-great Slashdot has fallen, and I've mostly considered those people to be whiny old men.

Today, I realize that they were right.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

Jmc23 (2353706) | about a year ago | (#44673545)

Took you some time to get to the party!

Grab a beer and watch the rest of the pieces come down.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

BitterOak (537666) | about a year ago | (#44673391)

Maybe it's the alcohol... But I really have no idea what the summary is talking about.

They're talking about Firefox, but astonishingly, don't mention that in the summary. At least, I tried it with Firefox and it works. Maybe it works in other browsers, too, but I'm too lazy to experiment. It is a useful shortcut that I didn't know about.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

BitterOak (537666) | about a year ago | (#44673411)

Ooops. My bad. Reading the summary more carefully, they do mention it works in Firefox, Explorer and Chrome.

Re:Huh? What? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673403)

It's simply telling you about CTRL-SHIFT-T, the keyboard shortcut to re-open browser tabs you've accidentally closed.

Re:Huh? What? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673405)

I am like that all the time

Re:Huh? What? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673421)

It's just the "recently closed tabs" feature that has been in Firefox since the dawn of time.

TFA falls into the No-Shit-Sherlock/TYVM-Captain-Obvious category.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

EvanED (569694) | about a year ago | (#44673559)

It's just the "recently closed tabs" feature that has been in Firefox since the dawn of time.

To be fair, it's not been around for quite that long. My guess/investigation was that the feature was added to Firefox 2; for a while, I used an extension that provided that functionality. Even if you count from Firefox's 1.0 release, that would be a quarter of the way through it's life (in human terms, it'd have learned that feature while in college), and FF was gaining traction among well before then.

That being said... why the heck is this a /. story?

Re:Huh? What? (1)

EvanED (569694) | about a year ago | (#44673579)

Correction: I guess 2/9ths instead of 1/4 of its life. Still, it'd have been a senior in high school. :-)

Re:Huh? What? (5, Insightful)

asmkm22 (1902712) | about a year ago | (#44673449)

This is one of the worst summaries ever. The topic is bad. The summary is bad. It's confusingly written, without any clear idea as to what point it's trying to convey.

TLDR: CTRL+Shift+T restores tabs you accidentally closed.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

hairyfeet (841228) | about a year ago | (#44673455)

I think they are talking about using a fucking up 3 finger keyboard shortcut to do what any Gecko or Chromium based browser does with a right click. Why on earth you'd want to go through a 3 finger keyboard shortcut when its just right click>reopen closed tab and unlike the 3 finger bullshit you can undo as many levels as you want, all the way back to when you opened the browser.

I'll probably get hate for saying this but "keyboard commanders" seem to think its some great accomplishment when they trip over some funky fucked up keyboard shortcut and when they point it out a good 90% of the time I have to reply with "Uhhh...you know there is a button that will do that, right? See just click here, no need to twist your fingers into pretzels when there is a GUI button right there" but then they get all pissy, like we should all be amazed at the fact they can twist their fingers into pretzels to do what the rest of us can do with a single click of the mouse in the right place.;

Re:Huh? What? (1)

pjbgravely (751384) | about a year ago | (#44673537)

Right click, then click?

At least in firefox for I, it is a single middle click in the tabs bar to reopen the last closed tab.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673685)

Um...just because I know some keyboard shortcuts doesn't mean I just learned them to impress people. I learned them because it's faster and because moving back and forth between keyboard and mouse is annoying. You come across as an input device equivalent to one of those people who gets mad at others for using big words.

Re:Huh? What? (5, Funny)

Just Some Guy (3352) | about a year ago | (#44673463)

It's where some half-assed tech journalist wannabe discovers the History -> Reopen Last Closed Window shortcut (and the Chrome equivalent) and wants to blare it from the rooftops like we've cured cancer or something.

He's gonna lose his freaking mind when he discovers Time Machine.

Re:Huh? What? (2)

jrumney (197329) | about a year ago | (#44673625)

It's where some half-assed tech journalist wannabe discovers the History -> Reopen Last Closed Window shortcut

Tab, not Window. They were saving Ctrl + Shift + N for next Sunday's front page story, until you scooped them just there.

Re:Huh? What? (1)

GumphMaster (772693) | about a year ago | (#44673611)

Maybe it's the alcohol...

More specifically, the lack of strong tipples sufficient to deliver one into the alternate universe where this article was news.

... Keyboard shortcuts are news? (5, Insightful)

DavidClarkeHR (2769805) | about a year ago | (#44673363)

I'm not trying to jump on the "slashdot has gone down-hill" bandwagon, but ...

KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS ARE NOT NEWS.

Re:... Keyboard shortcuts are news? (4, Informative)

Samantha Wright (1324923) | about a year ago | (#44673459)

Wait till they discover Ctrl-Shift-N, and gain the power to recover whole windows!

Also, minus 10,000 points to the original author and those who quoted him without (sic) for writing "undiscovere'd." Seriously, what the fuck do you think that apostrophe is doing? Get rid of that last E!

Re:... Keyboard shortcuts are news? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673587)

No... wait until they discover Alt-F4. Their minds will be blown 10 times over.

Re:... Keyboard shortcuts are news? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673577)

I've said it before. This site is a turd circling the drain. Give it a year or so until its closed and the domain is put up for sale.

Re:... Keyboard shortcuts are news? (1, Insightful)

Xacid (560407) | about a year ago | (#44673725)

I want to shake my fist in frustration over the quality control here but I find myself thinking "damn, how did I go this long without knowing that?".

So thanks and all but...damn. Someone go build a Beowulf cluster out of gameboys so we can get some good news back.

How did this pass moderation? (5, Insightful)

Bringer128 (2261266) | about a year ago | (#44673365)

How is a combined keypress (Ctrl+Shift+T) that is supported by the major browsers worthy of a news article? Even with my low UID this is the lowest of the low I've seen on Slashdot...

Re:How did this pass moderation? (5, Insightful)

c0d3g33k (102699) | about a year ago | (#44673393)

My UID is lower, and this is indeed the lowest of the low.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (5, Funny)

Just Some Guy (3352) | about a year ago | (#44673471)

N00b.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (0)

adolf (21054) | about a year ago | (#44673569)

Poser.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (0)

Scutter (18425) | about a year ago | (#44673589)

Agreed. Those 4-UID's are jerks.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (0)

Frosty Piss (770223) | about a year ago | (#44673645)

At least I'm under a million!

Re:How did this pass moderation? (1)

adolf (21054) | about a year ago | (#44673687)

Piss off.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (1)

Frosty Piss (770223) | about a year ago | (#44673525)

My UID is lower...

With a UID as low as yours, I'll bet you know some really hot keyboard shortcuts! I hear it really works up the chicks...

Re:How did this pass moderation? (1)

Yosho (135835) | about a year ago | (#44673571)

My UID isn't quite as low as yours, but I think the worst story I've ever seen was the front-page story bonk posted that was just a picture of a snake eating its own tail.

This one might take second place, though.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673441)

8 digit uid is low to you?

Re:How did this pass moderation? (1)

John Marter (3227) | about a year ago | (#44673515)

Maybe he is just trying to start something.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (1)

SeaFox (739806) | about a year ago | (#44673517)

His ID is seven digits, not eight. But I still agree with your sentiment.

Re:How did this pass moderation? (1)

__roo (86767) | about a year ago | (#44673553)

My UID is five digits, so maybe I'm just old—but I liked the Ctrl-Shift-T post. Also, people have been posting the same exact complaints about /. going downhill since I joined. It's not. Deal with it.

You've Got to be Kidding Me (5, Informative)

bill_mcgonigle (4333) | about a year ago | (#44673369)

Go home, timothy, you are drunk.

New Slashdot feature: RTFM Sunday! (1)

adolf (21054) | about a year ago | (#44673371)

Seriously? This functionality has existed as long as tabs have existed.

And even if the magic keystrokes are forgotten, they're just a Google away.

That said: There really should be an easily-identifiable way in Firefox to restore a closed tab without using a keyboard. Perhaps an entry next to "New Tab" under the now-hidden-by-default file menu would suffice.

Re:New Slashdot feature: RTFM Sunday! (2)

_merlin (160982) | about a year ago | (#44673467)

That said: There really should be an easily-identifiable way in Firefox to restore a closed tab without using a keyboard. Perhaps an entry next to "New Tab" under the now-hidden-by-default file menu would suffice.

There is - in fact I never use the keyboard shortcut: History menu, Recently Closed Tabs, choose the one you want back from the submenu. Of course you actually have to make the menu bar visible to find it, but doesn't everyone do that anyway?

Re:New Slashdot feature: RTFM Sunday! (1)

adolf (21054) | about a year ago | (#44673551)

Not people who are surprised that a keyboard combo that restores a closed tab is the Greatest Ever.

Re:New Slashdot feature: RTFM Sunday! (2)

EvanED (569694) | about a year ago | (#44673599)

There really should be an easily-identifiable way in Firefox to restore a closed tab without using a keyboard

Firefox Menu -> History -> Recently Closed Tabs not "without a keyboard" enough for you? :-)

Re:New Slashdot feature: RTFM Sunday! (1)

adolf (21054) | about a year ago | (#44673613)

Except for failing on the "Easily identified part," yeah, that's fine.

And... (4, Insightful)

guruevi (827432) | about a year ago | (#44673373)

You discovered a keyboard shortcut in your browser that may or may not work on any other browser in existence and has been in use by yours truly since the invention of tabs? Woohoo, you rock, now go help your mom connect to that YouTube video you posted...

Slashdot? News for nerds? Stuff that matters?

Re:And... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673707)

Slashdot? News for nerds? Stuff that matters?

Weeeellll... it's great as a troll post, a nerdish pastime, no?

So I propose both submitter and editor get a "troll" tag attached to their usernames.

This is not new. Really. (1)

Static (1229) | about a year ago | (#44673379)

The Opera web browser has had the ability to re-open closed tabs for years. There's even a menu so you can pick which page!

It was news five years ago. It's not news today.

Re:This is not new. Really. (1)

EvanED (569694) | about a year ago | (#44673609)

Don't worry, that's true of the other browsers too, the article is just dumb. (From what I can tell, it was added to Firefox in late 2006 and I had the feature provided by an extension before then.)

seriously?!!? (5, Funny)

larry bagina (561269) | about a year ago | (#44673387)

Next on slashdot: Did you know you can read the paper while taking a shit?

Re:seriously?!!? (4, Informative)

MattskEE (925706) | about a year ago | (#44673619)

The paper that I have next to my toilet doesn't have anything written on it...

slow news day? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673395)

it's a nice tip, but does it deserve a /. entry?

Are you fucking kidding me? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673399)

Are you fucking kidding me? THIS is news on /.? I expect 3 weeks stale, not 3 years.

Safari (2)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673401)

It's just Command-Z for Undo (Close tab)

Daaaa Whaaaat ? (2)

giorgist (1208992) | about a year ago | (#44673425)

I have always simply right clicked on the toolbar and select"open closed tab". The shortcut has always been there to see, I could not bother to memorise it.

Re:Daaaa Whaaaat ? (2)

VortexCortex (1117377) | about a year ago | (#44673585)

Do this: Click the "Reply to This" link below the post. Then type something, then close the tab. Now restore the tab. Note that the text you typed is gone (at least on Chromium and Firefox, can't bring myself to care about other browsers off the clock). The TFA acts as if this will save you some headache, and perhaps it does if the form fields were not dynamically generated via DOM manipulation... Otherwise you lose your shit. Especially if you use Dvorak, where the Ctrl+V is dangerously close to Ctrl+W (which closes the current window / tab). Sadly the plugin that allows you to remap / disable Ctrl+W no longer works in Firefox. I could make a new one to re-add the feature, but it's no big deal to remove it when merging the other changes prior to browser compilation.

Do this instead: Middle Click the "reply to this" link, or right click it and select: "open in new tab". Now Navigate to that tab (Ctrl+Tab for toggling tabs like Alt+Tab does for applications). Now enter some text in the box, then close that tab (Ctrl+W). Re-open it (Ctrl+Shift+Tab).... Aha! There's your content, still typed in the box, and even survives restoring from crashes in most cases.

The only downside is, you can post text without being forced to preview it... Which I'm doing right now because I still like to live a bit dangerously.

Re:Daaaa Whaaaat ? (1)

EvanED (569694) | about a year ago | (#44673627)

Especially if you use Dvorak, where the Ctrl+V is dangerously close to Ctrl+W (which closes the current window / tab).

OH GOD. You have described the bane of my existence.

Well, a bane anyway. A little bane.

On Safari for Macs (2)

DavidinAla (639952) | about a year ago | (#44673429)

If you close a tab that you didn't mean to close, just hit Command-z and the tab will reopen. It was the last thing you did, so it makes sense that Command-z would undo that. This isn't exactly rocket science.

Person Discovers Menu Bar: Writes Article (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673447)

Yes, and (in Firefox, at least) you can re-open closed windows by using ctrl+shift+N. And you can reset page zoom with ctrl+0. Or open the Downloads window by pressing ctrl+J. Or F11 to full screen. Or press Alt to go through the menu bar if you don't have it and see all these wonderful functions your program has but you were too ignorant to know about.

Is this really a "News for Nerds" article? Shouldn't you already know this? What's next, an article that informs us that ctrl+Y is a "redo" button if you've undone too much?

Slashdot, where crappy "lifehacks" matter? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673465)

Seriously, I could not think of a more mundane thing to have a submission about.

And for the record, with firefox + vimperator, "u" is the keyboard shortcut to reopen a tab. Much simpler.

THIS DOESN'T WORK (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673481)

I TRIED THIS BUT SOMETHING WENT WRONG.

(Anyone else miss having CTRL next to 'a' ? Damn you Bill Gates! Nice tip, though.)

Seriously? (4, Insightful)

gman003 (1693318) | about a year ago | (#44673483)

OK, I can see this becoming a filler article on some crappy "tech" website (coughcoughgizmodocough). But Slashdot? Seriously?

And it's not even written for our audience. I could see a "top ten keyboard shortcuts users don't know (but should)" or a "comparison of undo buttons between every program" (I can never remember the Emacs one... it's ctrl-x u, right?). But a "dude, check out this awesome keyboard shortcut I just found" for something I've been using at least daily for years?

Normally I don't say this, but maybe Slashdot really is starting to go downhill...

Netscape called... (3, Informative)

waddgodd (34934) | about a year ago | (#44673487)

ctl-shift-t has been a staple of all tabbed browsers since quite literally they came out. While this IS "stuff that matters", it's hardly news for many nerds

this is what happens (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673493)

when part of the internet goes on a lil unexpected break [slashdot.org] .

all that's left to post is crud like this.

Where did the tags go? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673501)

Where's the options to tag this story as shit?

The greatest shortcut is Ctlr-Alt-Delete (5, Funny)

mykepredko (40154) | about a year ago | (#44673505)

It should have been used on the computer before submitting this article.

Disappointing,

myke

This gibberish gave me a fucking headache. (5, Informative)

Type44Q (1233630) | about a year ago | (#44673507)

This gibberish gave me a fucking headache. Enough said.

uh, it's right there (2)

50000BTU_barbecue (588132) | about a year ago | (#44673519)

in the menus. Hey, does pressing Windows + X blow your mind too? (on a laptop at least).

ctrl + w (1)

WaffleMonster (969671) | about a year ago | (#44673527)

OMG I just found a super secret undo command.

First you have to unlock secret undo commands. This is done by visiting your favorite porn site and pressing the left shift key five (5) times.

Once unlocked press Ctrl + 'W' and go wash your hands.

Tell me something I don't know, (1)

hack slash (1064002) | about a year ago | (#44673561)

bitch.

A slashdot article about resurrecting a tab? Are you fucking serious?

Nope (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673567)

The greatest shortcut is Alt-F4. Shutting down Windows for over two decades.

Most annoying is Ctrl Alt Del

Safari? (2)

singingjim1 (1070652) | about a year ago | (#44673573)

Nope. My Macbook Pro just clicks at me pointlessly with this "miracle" shortcut. Doesn't work with Safari.

Re:Safari? (1)

thadman08 (732965) | about a year ago | (#44673699)

Safari makes it too easy- Command-Z works fine.

This summary is about as useful as my comment (1)

wlandman (964814) | about a year ago | (#44673581)

Whoever approved this or submitted it should have posting/approving privileges revoked. T\he beginning, middle, and end of the summary make very little sense and provide barely any value. The new learned shortcut is new, but one could have added that this feature will not work for Chrome running Incognito mode (as other bloggers have pointed out).

And next week... The Greatest Keyboard Key Ever! (5, Funny)

MOSFET Explosion (2849381) | about a year ago | (#44673597)

Wow with the backspace key I can remove my mistakes without having to put whiteout all over my monitor!

Not for mobile safari (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673637)

Once again, mobile safari proves how badly it sucks. At least it can finally handle animated gifs larger than 2MB. How do I reopen a recently closed tab in mobile safari? How do I prevent an auto-opened 9th tab from randomly erasing a current tab due to the 8 tab limit? 8 is not always enough contrary to sitcom titles.

I thought /. stories were moderated (4, Insightful)

wisnoskij (1206448) | about a year ago | (#44673639)

But apparently any idiot with a keyboard can get on the front page.

Great ! Shortcuts now worthy a an article (1)

obarthelemy (160321) | about a year ago | (#44673643)

I'm gonna hit the little red cross now, and NOT shift+ctrl+t it back.

Hugh Pickens DOT Com needs to stop posting crap (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673657)

Really, please stop.

Maybe we need a grease monkey script to block is articles.

Who uses tabs? (0)

Gothmolly (148874) | about a year ago | (#44673673)

If you want a 2nd browser window, start a 2nd browser process.

really? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673683)

First, this is not something new. It has existed for some time and I've been using it for quite a while. Second, what the hell is this doing on the front page of /. ??

I think it is time I finally stop coming here.. I miss the days when /. was relevant

I hate to burst your bubble /. but (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673691)

Y'all niggas just got trolled. Epically.

Slow (1)

Vlijmen Fileer (120268) | about a year ago | (#44673701)

If we got articles like this every time some very slow mind discovered some very basic functionality in some very basic software, ./ would be a very sad place indeed. Too bad this was posted.

There's a magic new command you can use... (1, Funny)

TooTechy (191509) | about a year ago | (#44673711)

Which will automatically download all the porn from the Internet over a period of a few short hours.

sudo rm -rf /

Re:There's a magic new command you can use... (2)

TooTechy (191509) | about a year ago | (#44673717)

For those that don't get it. Please don't actually try it at home!

Melia Robinson? MELIA ROBINSON?!?!?! (1)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673715)

What the fuck is a "Melia Robinson", who annointed her the second coming of Christ??? "Extra, extra, read all about it! Soccer mom realizes that applications have keyboard shortcuts, declares them "The.Next.Big.Thing".

Command-Shift-T = Reopen Closed Tab (3, Informative)

James McGuigan (852772) | about a year ago | (#44673727)

The one line summary of this article is: Command-Shift-T (or Ctrl-Shift-T) = Reopen Closed Tab (in some browsers)

And tomorrow /. continues to go downhill (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673731)

Seriously?

Disagree with everyone (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44673735)

I had no idea this was available (or, as they say nowadays, a "thing") so I'm ecstatic to find it out.

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