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The Finder and the Dock
Authored by: MJCube on Nov 17, '06 07:54:46AM

I assume "OS X's Finder" includes the Dock and other built-in methods, such as dragging a proxy icon to an app icon. It's rare that I go to a Finder window to launch an app, but I do usually use it to open documents. I tried Quicksilver briefly and got the idea, but for the variety of things I open (and, important: the way I organize my files) the System is just as efficient. I even turned off the System-wide Recent Items in the Apple menu, because I wasn't using it.



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