put the world on your mac

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by morphine, Jul 24, 2007.

  1. morphine

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    thats interesting.. you using it? does it uninstall easily?
     
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    I haven't tried it yet... But I will try to download it sometime if I am not busy
     
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    i've got this one. its cool. u have the map of the world as your desktop picture that shows night lights and real-time weather conditions. i turn it off when i'm on batts coz i think it consumes much power. But it may come handy sometimes. i.e. typhoons and all.
     
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    I mentioned a similar app in the thread Typhoon Milenyo. I use OSXplanet, which does the same thing, and is freeware too.
     
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    hi elbert,
    i downloaded the osxplanet it's great but i would like to focus on the philippines
    how can i change the preferences to focus on the philippines i already change the cities to manila
    but i only see the philippines on my right side of the screen i want it in the center
    please help? i hope i'm making sense hehehe
     
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    OSX Planet preferences >
    Centered on : choose manila
     

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