OBVIOUS BENEFIT<br><br>No need to 'genie' windows into the dock and then go back and find them. Sorry Steve, but this saves a LOT of time.<br><br>SUBTLE BUT COOL BENEFITS<br><br>1. SINCE you're not sticking stuff in your dock often, your dock doesn't shrink. Therefore, no need to ever adjust the dock's size and magnification.<br><br>2. Sherlock, Stickies, and the calculator can always be left open and ready.<br><br>Is this the Balzac or what?<br><br>(Sorry Krasni..)<br><br><br><br>Do you rhumba? Excellent! Now pick a rhumba and sit down.. GM
argh... I personally didn't like this on my 19 inch montor at work... I'm use to being able to avoid using the dock to switch programs... and like being able to see what's open on my desktop space...<br><br>however I did install it on the smalll 12" iBook screen, and seem to like it there... we'll see if it bothers me next week when I'm using the machine more often.<br><br><br>"In the old days, you'd finish a day's work and announce, 'I'm done.' Nobody ever does that now. There's never enough time." -- Elliott Masie
"In the old days, you'd finish a day's work and announce, 'I'm done.' Nobody ever does that now. There's never enough time." -- Elliott Masie
The love/hate response to this program is interesting. I've noticed that mice haters dislike this program. The recent "use the keyboard only" movement of recent months makes programs like this annoying.<br><br>For me, I use a trackball. People tell me the keyboard is quicker, but I think it's only true for normal mice. I've watched them empty the trash with keys only, and they smirk with glee at how much faster and easier they think it is.<br><br>To each his own.<br><br>Do you rhumba? Excellent! Now pick a rhumba and sit down.. GM
After using this for a week I have moved it into the "how could I haved lived without this" catagory.<br>Once they get rid of "preview" in cloumn mode I will offcially think X is perfect. Can't wait for "more than perfect " when jaguar comes out.<br><br>Paul Morrison ... the striped bass are in ...
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