Anyone who says they know all the tricks of Mac OS X is a real liar, because there are so many tricks for both the user and the system administrator that sometimes it’s almost impossible to remember and know them all. @eltercero
I read this one recently on Twitter and was quite surprised. Did you know that you can interact with any program or window that is not currently active thanks to a simple keyboard shortcut?
If, for example, we have several windows open from the same program, or even several windows from different programs, we can interact with any of them without having to activate that screen. To do this we have to press the cmd key while clicking with the mouse on the option we want.
Thanks to this shortcut we can interact with any remote window application without losing focus on the current window we are working on. Just comment that the action is not compatible with all options because for example if the window opens a new tab, such as Safari when you click a link, the window will be activated automatically, although if with “passive” actions such as opening a new tab.