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10.3: Play a movie on the desktop using Exposť
Authored by: Chess613 on Oct 20, '04 12:43:36PM

I know I'm a year late on this, but I wanted to comment on this tip. Using Quicktime and Expose as a desktop movie player is excellent, but not as good as Monkeybreadsoftware's Desktop Movie Player ( Not only is it free, and drag-and-dropable, but you have access to your icons as well! It is a CPU hog, but as long as I can access my desktop folders and function just as I would wiht a regular desktop, I'm using Desktop Movie Player.

If anyone can find a solution to still accessing desktop folders while watching the movie on the desktop - and have the movie play automatically on the deskop when you start up your computer - then I'd be a very happy camper.

Having is not so pleasing a thing as wanting - it isn't logical, but it's often true.

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