LaunchKey is a small application that allows you to assign any Finder-selectable icon object (application, AppleScript applet, server alias, volume, etc.) to one of ten slots, with each slot corresponding to a number (0-9).
By hitting Command-Option-[digit], the Finder object is opened, just as if you'd double-clicked on it in the Finder.
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