This shows how long it's been since I used "classic" or earlier:<br><br>Weren't you able to take a file and hold it over the HD and it tells you where it should go?<br><br>That would be about the only thing I can think of that I miss...but I wouldn't need that very much.<br><br>
Put URL of downloaded files in Get Info’s Comments field -- that's a neat one i'd like back.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
1. WindowShade - I loved this feature, but with exposé it's not as important as before<br><br>2. Trash Features: Put Away, Total Size Equals - Would be nice<br><br>3. Map any application or file to any F-key - easily taken care of with one of my favorite free apps ...Quicksilver<br><br>4. Ejecting one partition of a disk - big whoop<br><br>5. Internet Helper preferences - free third party software lets you do this<br><br>6. Tabbed folders - now unnecessary. Especially with leopard. Just drag the folder into the dock and browse from there. Leopard will seal the deal with spring loaded dockiness<br><br>7. Appearance themes - yea, why not<br><br>8. Print Finder window - can't remember the last time I ever needed to do this, but handy for some<br><br>9. Put URL of downloaded files in Get Info’s Comments field - grasping for straws<br><br>10. Flash menubar on alert when sound is muted - yawn<br><br><br>
Griffin's iMic makes your mike (or line input, so turntables etc.) into a digital signal going into usb, and they're pretty damn cheap on ebay, and they come with Final Vinyl, free software for digitising LPs.<br><br>- padmavyuha<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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