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iChat, Toggle through windows using Keyboard Shortcuts?


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I was wondering if there was a way to toggle through the iChat windows without using the mouse?

If that is hard to understand, imagine this:

I do NOT used tabbed windows, so i have 6 windows opened talking to buddies. I have Leopard, so iChat is being used in 1 Space with "Spaces". Id rather use keyboard short cuts to toggle through each IM box, rather than using the mouse to click on each window. Is there a way I can swtich between windows using keyboard shortcuts?

The "Apple Key" "Tab" only lets me bring up the iChat application, not individual IM Boxes.

(Excuse my noobiness for referring to it as the "Apple Key", I cant remember what its called.
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