Snow Leopard Hidden Features

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  1. imart

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    Thanks for the Heads up sir IMART!
     
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    Thanks imart.
    Very helpful link.
     
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    wow! thanks for sharing this... galing!;)
     
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    helpful! :) screen recording yay
     
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    nice link! thanks for sharing man!
     
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    Is there a complete Snow Leopard user's manual that can be printed? I'd like to read this in my spare time.
     
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    cool link.
    at least now i have more reasons to upgrade : )
    thanks for the share.
     
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    @Mad MAc: It's in the install DVD. (",) THere's a mini-manual there.
     
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    Thanks for the link. Very helpful..
     
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    Thanks, JCS.
     
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    Dan Frakes is the best!
     
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    Thanks for the link.
     
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    Neat stuff! Thanks for the link! :)
     
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    Thanks for sharing this! :)
     
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    Thanks for the useful cool link.. The best OS becomes even better. :)
     
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    thanks for the link.
     
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    Here are a few more nifty Snow Leopard tricks, combining Expose and Quick Look.

    Another nifty Exposé trick in 10.6—and this works both in the above example, and when using Exposé’s normal Application Windows mode—is the ability to Quick Look a window with Exposé active.

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    The Calculator window, zoomed with Quick Look in Exposé in 10.6

    Make sure the window is selected (shows a blue highlight) by pressing an arrow key first or hovering over it with your mouse, then press the Space Bar. The selected window will zoom in, just as with Quick Look in Finder, but you’ll remain in Exposé mode.
    Cool hidden features. Apple never even mentioned these...
     
    #18 fcdiesta, Sep 5, 2009
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    always welcome, folks :)
     
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    Thanks for sharing this bro.
     

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