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10.5: Make Leopard feel more like Tiger
Authored by: qwerty denzel on Mar 05, '09 02:03:52PM

Wow, this is actually pretty useful. The preferences system allows you to set these as arguments on a specific application if you launch it from the command line.

For example, to launch TextEdit with the above UI options:

$ /Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit -AppleUseCoreUI NO -NSUseLeopardWindowValues NO

This is of particular use to developers wanting to test their application's UI with the old Tiger look.



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