Command-D in file dialogs should....

What should Command-D in OSX file dialogs do?

  • Go to the Documents folder.

  • Go to the Desktop like it always has.

  • Do nothing.

  • I don't care.

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In Carbon file dialogs, pressing command-d takes you to the desktop. Considering OSX's de-emphasis on the desktop as a place to store files, shouldn't it go to the user's documents folder instead?