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10.4: Activate widgets via drag and drop
Authored by: lekun on May 24, '05 10:10:16AM

Kinda stretching the word "hint" on this site aren't we? Considering this is exactly how Apple demoed Dashboard at numerous events and on their website videos over a month before Tiger's release. I think merely clicking on a widget in the widget dashboard to launch a widget is more of a hint than this considering all the airplay the drag & drop method got.



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10.4: Activate widgets via drag and drop
Authored by: MBHockey on May 24, '05 10:15:11AM

I was unaware you could do it the other way!



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10.4: Activate widgets via drag and drop
Authored by: callefjant on May 25, '05 09:01:31AM

Ditto. Never thought about just clicking until this hint. A little odd, by the way, one cannot drag an app out of the dock to open a new window..



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10.4: Activate widgets via drag and drop
Authored by: unforeseen:X11 on May 24, '05 10:44:24AM

You`re right, I was always doing this, since it was demoed by Apple. Through this hint, I discovered that simply clicking a Widget moves it to the Dashboard, I wasn`t aware of this. =)



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10.4: Activate widgets via drag and drop
Authored by: Anonymous on May 24, '05 03:46:01PM

I thought you had to do it the Apple demo way, too! How funny.



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10.4: Activate widgets via drag and drop
Authored by: sdunlapa on May 24, '05 08:37:03PM

I never new you could just click to activate the widget. I always dragged it out.

Hmm



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