For all the Quicksilver users out there, I just learned about some new secret powers of QS. This one allows you to pull down any menu of any app that you access thru QS. What does this mean? Fire up QS using your selected keystroke, select an app, say Safari, hit Tab, then type menu (which users will know will soon be learned by QS as soon as you hit 'm'), then you see the Menu Bar menus. Once you get the hang of it you no longer have to shift from keyboard to your trackpad or mouse and then back. Its next best thing to memorizing the keyboard shortcuts (which some commands dont have.) Learned about it from The Merlin Show with more detailed instructions from here, which I'll quote: "Merlin Mann’s new episode of the Merlin Show posted yesterday teaches very powerful Quicksilver-Fu, enabling you to access the menu items of any application, as well as introducing the concept of proxies. These techniques belie the mistaken impression that Quicksilver is “merely” a program launcher — it is an application master. What isn’t clear in the ‘cast is the settings, downloads, and brand of incense you need to burn in order to make all of that happen. I’m pretty sure the below covers everything, but let me know if I missed something. In Quicksilver To start, you’ll likely need to have “Enable Advanced Features” turned on in the latest-greatest version of Quicksilver. First, to enable proxies in QS preferences… Under Catalog > Quicksilver, turn on “Proxy Objects”, “Internal Commands”, and “Internal Objects”. To access menu items (and enable the Show Menu Items action), go under Plug-ins > All Plug Ins and scroll down to turn on “User Interface Access (+)”. In System Preferences Then go under your Mac’s System Preferences, to Universal Access, and turn on “Enable access for assistive devices” at the bottom." One more thing, let's use this thread for future QS updates.