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As long as we're dreaming...

I see myself more likely to use those than to send people off to C2. Dict seems to be a useful change, though.

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In reply to Re: Proposal for some new/improved shortcut types by xdg
in thread Proposal for some new/improved shortcut types by jdporter

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