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TinkerTool - Hall of Fame App Pick of the Week
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In the beginning (of OS X), users had to use the command line to apply various system tweaks. Then came TinkerTool. This simple preference pane allows you to easily tweak things like the zoom rectangle effect, showing hidden and system files in the Finder, disabling arrows on aliases, using transparent icons in the dock, adding a new minimization effect to the dock, adding double scroll arrows to scrollbars, and a number of other such features.

For putting an easy-to-use face on these command line tweaks, TinkerTool earns a spot in the Hall of Fame.
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Authored by: LouieNet on Feb 08, '05 12:35:02AM
Update to the Product Page link:
TinkerTool has been updated to version 3. The URL has changed.

Please use the following address:

http://www.bresink.com/osx/TinkerTool.html>

Louie

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