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Watch a semi-transparent QuickTime movie Apps
Drag a quicktime movie to note in Stickies and then set the note to translucent (Shift-Command-T). The movie becomes translucent as well and can be played within the note. Useless but cool.

[Editor's note: Stickies asked me if I wanted to copy the contents or simply alias them; I chose alias and it worked fine. Resize the note until you can see the QuickTime control bar (or Control-click for a pop-up controller menu). It was fairly impressive to see how smoothly the transparent movie played while dragging it around the screen.]
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Put your not in front of other applications
Authored by: yoc on Sep 26, '02 01:56:43PM

There is something fun you can add to this hint :
with the shift+command+F you can make your note in top of all other applications. You can now watch your movie while typing your letter in Microsoft Word just behind it !



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