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See the login window in slow-motion Desktop
Of course we all use the control-shift-click-trick every time we minimize a window to see the glory of Mac OS X in slow-motion. But I have noticed that this trick can also be used in the login window when clicking on a user. It's neat.
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Ctl-Shift-Click a bridge too far
Authored by: el bid on Nov 23, '01 03:44:16AM

Glacier-mode window minimalising on my OS X system requires only Shift-Click.

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Ctl-Shift-Click a bridge too far
Authored by: Hes Nikke on Nov 24, '01 05:34:04AM

no, shift-click is only Super-Slow-mode, to get Glacier-mode you need to control-shift.-click, and to get Slow-Mode, you just click ;) :P :)



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