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Monitor Toast's burn progress in the dock Apps
Can't believe I've been using Toast all this time and have not noticed this. With a burn going in Toast (I saw this in the 5 Lite version), you get a progress bar as part of the dock icon. It doesn't give you time left (hint to Roxio), but it does give the OS X progress bar. At least instead of unhiding the app all the time, you can get an idea as to how much longer you have wait by looking in the dock.
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This works with PhotoShop
Authored by: aboswell on Jan 26, '04 12:25:34PM

The same is true of PhotoShop when saving a large file or (I think) applying a filter that takes a long time. Great when you want to multi task, but want to hide the program.



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Monitor Toast's burn progress in the dock
Authored by: JohnnyMnemonic on Jan 26, '04 11:52:59PM

Why this isn't also true of Apple's own Disk Utility is beyond me. I mean, didn't they include update-in-the-dock APIs for a reason? It would be nice to see Apple make use of them. While watching QT movies in the dock made a great demo, the abilty to monitor long processes from a dock icon is actually useful--but only third party apps, like Roxio and Adobe--have done anything with it. Why?



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