This will create a copy of the file in the new location. But if you hold down the option key, this moves the file instead.
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This is similar to cutting and pasting files in other operating systems. You can copy and paste multiple files. Gary Rosenzweig. Luigi: Looks interesting.
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Steve Maynard. HI Gary, Very timely, informative and effective post.
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I think planetehack is missing a step in there, after Keyboard Prefs, you need to click on "Shortcuts", and then there is an "All Controls" checkbox. But, that only lets you change how the Tab key operates. I don't think this answers the original question As far as I'm aware there is no way to override the default behaviour. Default is to Move if it is to the same volume, Copy if to a different volume. Tetsujin Tetsujin