ReturnOpen
ReturnOpen
1.0.4

0.5

ReturnOpen free download for Mac

ReturnOpen

1.0.4
01 December 2007

Open files/folders on your Mac with the Return key.

Overview

ReturnOpen... Open files and folders on your Mac with the 'Return' key, just like you did in Windows!

Did you recently switch from Windows to Mac?

Are you sick and tired of the fact that every time you hit the 'Return' key to open a file or folder you're prompted to rename it instead?

Hate having to hit two keys to open a file?

US TOO! That's why we made ReturnOpen!

Simply download and mount the disk image then double-click the ReturnOpen icon. In less than one minute you'll be using your 'Return' key to open files and folders! You don't even have to restart! Note: Finder will be relaunched at the end of the install, which will cause any windows that you have open to be closed.

What's new in ReturnOpen

Version 1.0.4: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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4 ReturnOpen Reviews

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Delight1
01 December 2007

Most helpful

*not dis* for those that do not know: apple +"o" OR apple + down
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Version 1.0
Danrez
22 June 2012
I ran the app and it did nothing... Use presbutan!
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Version 1.0.4
Graham-Wynne
01 December 2007
Would be good if it replaced the shortcut to rename files - with apple R or something
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Version 1.0
Gong99
01 December 2007
How can I uninstall it???
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Version 1.0
7 answer(s)
Elsee9
Elsee9
01 December 2007
delete NSUserKeyEquivalents from com.apple.Finder.plist using plist editor or defaults command.
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Version 1.0
Gong99
Gong99
02 December 2007
Thank you!
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Version 1.0
Pspferni59
Pspferni59
02 December 2007
can you give a step by step instructions on how to uninstall returnopen 1.0
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Version 1.0
Elsee9
Elsee9
02 December 2007
Here's the steps to uninstall. (I hope that next version comes with uninstaller) Please try at your own risk. 1. If Developer Tools installed a.Double-click /Users//Library/Preferences/com.apple.Finder.plist" to open with Property List Editor.app . b. select NSUserKeyEquivalents line and click "Delete" button. c. Command-S to save changes. d. Reopen Finder.app(Control-Option-click the Finder icon in the Dock) 2. If Developer Tools not installed a. Launch /Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app . b. Type following command. defaults delete com.apple.Finder NSUserKeyEquivalents c. Reopen Finder.app(same as above)
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Version 1.0
Pspferni59
Pspferni59
02 December 2007
i did that then it said: There is no (NSUserKeyEquivalents) default for the (com.apple.Finder) domain. Defaults have not been changed.
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Version 1.0
Elsee9
Elsee9
03 December 2007
If there's no NSUserKeyEquivalents default in com.apple.Finder domain, uninstallation is successfully done. Just reopen the Finder.app. I tried that steps on OS X Tiger(10.4.11) and successfully uninstalled. If it doesn't help you, you should contact the auther of this utility.
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Version 1.0
Pspferni59
Pspferni59
04 December 2007
ok cause i have 10.5.1 leopard and it doesnt come out.
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Version 1.0
Delight1
01 December 2007
*not dis* for those that do not know: apple +"o" OR apple + down
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Version 1.0