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Deselect all shortcut
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Is it possible to have a deselect all shortcut?
Would be useful to be able to select a load of documents in a view, perform some sort of action/agent on them, then just remove the selection checkmark to maybe select some others, or for any reason.
(20 Dec 2007)
Its sometimes CTRL+D in other apps
(21 Dec 2007)
Good idea..using Alt+E+D on selected documents is scary. I'm just know it's gonna delete 'em some day.
(21 Dec 2007)
Agents deselect documents automatically after running; actions can use agents...
(29 Feb 2008)
(07 Apr 2008)
Add a keyboard shortcut for the reverse of 'Ctrl+A' to select all. How about 'Shift+Ctrl+A' if 'Ctrl+D' isn't available?
(09 Dec 2008)
#5 Absolutely agree
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