On my system, the "don't save" button has a highlighted boundary,
indicating that pressing space selects it. If I press tab, the
"boundary highlight" moves to the cancel button (which I could
immediately have selected with escape if I wanted).
In order to accomplish that, go to the "Keyboard & Mouse"
preferences, select the "Keyboard shortcuts" tab, and click the
radio box at the bottom, which says "All controls".
So no need for cmd-d, space is so much easier to press.
(It's great for Ruby quickies)
On Jun 5, 2006, at 12:57 AM, Rob Rix wrote:
Eek, no, for one thing I'm pretty sure it's
part of the Apple Human
Interface Guidelines (whatever that's worth nowadays). I would miss it
were I without it! I would I would I would.
So that's my vote (: