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How to use a spatial Finder in OS X
Authored by: Anonymous on Jan 22, '10 04:20:44PM

Every platform transition has meant some major loss of functionality and productivity that I've never managed to regain, despite the swathe of new features.

Leper brought back springloaded window tabs as ... oh I don't know what they call them now. Remember in OS9 you could drag a window to the bottom of the screen, it would change to just the name in a tab. You could pop them open, then if you felt like it, tear it off the screen bottom and make it back into a regular window.

The Leper way of doing things is so clunky, and loses half the functionality. Oh, they look pretty, but they're no match for what I lost.

There are a whole host of "new and improved" features that simply don't match the old for efficiency. Back up your System folder? Good luck with that.

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