Although you can cut down on a lot of keystrokes and work using Quicksilver through its main interface, you can cut down repetitive Quicksilver actions even further by assigning triggers to common tasks. From installing apps and controlling iTunes to creating quick timers, the often unexplored Quicksilver triggers are a bullet train to productivity[…] Thanks to mklopez for providing this nice story on Digg (more than 82Diggs).
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cobr@: empty trash: cmd shift del
sl33stak: What did people do before Quicksilver? Did people actually move the mouse around? This is madness! THIS IS QUICKSILVER!!!!!!!!!!!