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Re: Anybody tried the new Macbook/MBP?

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  • Zeba
    For resizing you can also use Afloat (http://www.macupdate.com/ info.php/id/22237/afloat), which is even free. ...
    Message 1 of 13 , Dec 3, 2008
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      For resizing you can also use Afloat (http://www.macupdate.com/
      info.php/id/22237/afloat), which is even free.

      On Dec 2, 4:20 pm, Brian Wolven <brian.wol...@...> wrote:
      > On Dec 2, 12:41 am, Rick <ric...@...> wrote:
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      > > On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 1:59 PM, 703designs <thomasmal...@...> wrote:
      >
      > > > I really wish that Apple gave us more choice in this respect...I may
      > > > end up running Linux on a ThinkPad (T) plus Windows virtualized for PS
      > > > and Illustrator. But I hate to have to leave Mac OS, and one killer
      > > > feature for Macs is font support.
      >
      > > I've tried numerous times to stick to using Linux and always wind up feeling
      > > so much better when I switch back to OSX. Something just feels right when
      > > using my Mac. I can't even always put my finger on it, since I typically
      > > manage to get most things working how I like using Ubuntu or SuSE, it's just
      > > never the same though as how things 'feel' when using my mbp. OSX with
      > > Pathfinder installed (a must have finder replacement if you ask mehttp://cocoatech.com/)
      > > is the closest thing to a perfect OS. (Now that I've
      > > found Pathfinder my only beef with the Mac OS is  1) I can't stand how many
      > > applications, including some Mac specfic ones, like Safari will not maximize
      > > to full screen when the maximize button is hit and 2) It's silly that you
      > > can only drag one corner to resize windows. (Finder also sucked the big one
      > > compared to linux file managers, but pathfinder makes up for it.)
      >
      > I also use MondoMouse for resizing (and moving) windows from any
      > corner.  For maximizing I just use an applescript and bind it to a
      > hotkey. Most apps play nice with that approach - although I haven't
      > got an intelligent approach for handling multiple monitors as of yet
      > (i.e., maximize only to the monitor the window is on...).
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    • 703designs
      Never looked into it. Apple + ` is pretty close though. Thomas ... --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message from the
      Message 2 of 13 , Dec 4, 2008
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        Never looked into it. Apple + ` is pretty close though.

        Thomas

        On Dec 2, 10:59 am, Tobia Conforto <tobia.confo...@...> wrote:
        > Brian Wolven wrote:
        > > I also use MondoMouse for resizing (and moving) windows from any  
        > > corner.  For maximizing I just use an applescript and bind it to a  
        > > hotkey. Most apps play nice with that approach - although I haven't  
        > > got an intelligent approach for handling multiple monitors as of yet  
        > > (i.e., maximize only to the monitor the window is on...)
        >
        > While we're on a OT thread :-) does anybody know a way to send the  
        > current window to the back?  Meaning behind all other windows.  It's  
        > the opposite of clicking on it, which will bring it to the front.
        >
        > Some modifier + mouse click would be best, but a hotkey will do as well.
        >
        > Tobia
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