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    Growl
    Is it possible to show a growl notification again using a keboard shortcut?
    example:
    When using Openoffice fullscreen (I find it helps to get rid of unwanted distractions), I usually have some music playing in the background. A growl notification from Last.fm tells me what every new song is as it starts. Is there a way to show this growl notification again using a keyboard shortcut, rather than switching to iTunes to see the track name, if I want to see it again (say I missed the notification first time round).

    Hope you get what I'm on about,
    cheers.


    Using Snow Leopard, and I can't use applescript or anything

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    Insert>>Special Characters>>then make a macro lol

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