In Macromedia Flash, I use Ctrl+F12 to publish the flash movie.
Some use F12 to publish and preview, but since it keeps trying to open IE, I never
use it that way.
In Adobe Photoshop, F12 is the default shortcut for "Revert" which gets some uses from time to time when you mess up something real bad.
That's on windows. I have no use for it yet on my linux desktop.
He who asks will be a fool for five minutes, but he who doesn't ask will
remain a fool for life.
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