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Old 09-11-2010, 08:04 AM   #37
Graham
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I think the difference is from hitting the Backspace key instead of the Delete key.

Backspace deletes the text metadata in the (single-clicked) field, which makes sense to me as you generally use the Backspace key to work on a line of text.

Delete deletes the item itself, which makes sense to me as you generally use the Delete key to remove a whole item in a list.

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