On 21/11/2007, Jonas Maebe <email@hidden> wrote:
> In MPW (Macintosh Programmer's Workshop, the Mac OS 9 development
> environment that was more Unixy than any Unix shell out there),
> Return was 'new line' and Enter was 'execute the command on the
> current line'. I've also used programs with dialog boxes where return
> was 'new line' and enter triggered the 'ok' button.
This is the traditional distinction between Return and Enter in the Mac
world. Apparently, when we switched to System 10 they succumbed
to the PC world and dropped this difference.
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