Keyboard fans won’t left any action unassigned. Luckily, it’s easy to assign Application’s action for your Mac.
There are several steps to assign a keyboard shortcut to unassigned action. But before that, knowing how to Quit Finder will be useful.
Step 1. Recognizing the Action
The first step is recognizing your action. This means that you should know exactly how to write the action name. These actions name can be seen at Menu Bar. For example, the New Burn Folder action.
Step 2. Assigning the Shortcut
Assigning new shortcut must be done inside System Preference, under Keyboard & Mouse Preference Pane. Change the tab into Keyboard Shortcuts tab.
You will see the plus (+) button at the bottom-left of the pane. Click on it then a menu will appear. Inside this menu, you should choose your Application, Menu Title and Keyboard Shortcut. For example, if you want to assign shortcut Command-Control-Option-N to Folder action, New Burn Folder, you can fill in the blanks with Finder, New Burn Folder and Command-Control-Option-N consecutively.
Step 3. Relaunching Application
For the changes to take effect, you must relaunch your Application. You need to do special trick to relaunch Finder. You can log out, restart your Mac or tweak your Finder a bit so you can quit it.