1.) When you log out with only one user on the machine (like I do) it shows the password field activated, whereas Panther did not. <br><br>2.) When the password field isn't there, in Panther you can hit enter to display the password field...in Tiger you have to use the mouse. <br><br>3.) In Tiger, in Mail, when you hit Command N to write a new e-mail, it takes an extra half second to load the new candy interface, meaning if I start typing as soon as I did in Panther Mail, I get an error alert and the first character is missing. <br><br>
I actually mis-typed #3 up there. <br><br>It only does it when you're replying to an e-mail. <br><br>So if you type Command R and immediately start typing (like you could in Panther) no dice!<br><br><br><br>
You know, after I applied the Cagefighter hack to get rid of the "gel cap" buttons and send them back to what they should be, I gotta say that I think Mail is a pretty decent looking app. I may give it a try, but it'll be hard to stop using Thunderbird at this point because I actually do use some of its HTML email capabilities<br><br><br><br>CreativeGuy: For your "fix" of design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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I have a nitpick ...my Dock's folder shortcuts are broken. Whenever I click a folder that I have drug into the dock to open it ...it tries to archive it instead. <br><br>Several people on apple's discussion boards are having the same problem, so it's definitely a bug somewhere. When I created a new account and tried it was just fine though!<br><br>
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