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Using Go while another program is up


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To use the Go command (on top line of OSX). I find that I have to close all programs. There must be a better way. What is it?

I'm using OSX 10.5.8
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If this is what I think it is, you don't have to close all your programs simply click on an empty part of your desktop, then use which "Go" command you need.
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Thanks, that did it. But just a note ... I thought you meant it would bring up a menu with Go but it changes the top line which now has Go.
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