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I pretty much use the keyboard exclusively in Google Reader, but I would really like a keyboard shortcut to switch between showing new items and all items.

I know about showing the shortcuts cheat sheet with ?, but I am hoping maybe there is an undocumented shortcut.

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I was searching for the same thing, so I tried userscripts.org and found this, which seems to work fine on Firefox (well, Iceweasel 3.6.9).

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Great find André. I had searched before I asked this question and couldn't find anything. I have installed this on FireFox and Chrome and used it successfully. – aphoria Jan 4 '11 at 14:52

Nope. There is no such thing, at least by default.

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