Post your Mac OS X 10.5 Concepts

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    Please post your mac os x 10.5 leopard Concepts
     
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    cwedl

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    Base Camp Fast user switching, Switch between Windows XP and Mac OSX within seconds.

    Mac OS X

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    If they create this, only then will I consider installing Windows XP on my beloved, yet to be ordered iMac.
     
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    WildCowboy

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    Does the Windows desktop picture come standard? ;)
     
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    ieani

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    I heard it does except shes missing her towel. :eek:
     
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    mad jew

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    Yeah, it's Bill Gates' hairy-armed half-niece. :cool:
     
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    2nyRiggz

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    You guys crack me up..LOL

    Bless
     
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    plinkoman

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    AHAHAHAHAHA, thats great.

    i'm going to go launch textedit now. :D :p
     
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    steelphantom

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    Just tried that and it's pretty great! :p Too bad the icon has to be in the dock for it to work. :( This HAS to make it in 10.5!
     
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    kretzy

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    That MegaMan thing is annoying, though I can see its appeal.
     
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    steelphantom

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    Yeah, it was fun for about the first 5 times, but then it just got annoying. I'll bet the bank that Apple is working on integrating this into Leapord, though! :p
     
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    sunfast

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    As the only sensible suggestion here, I have to say this is the best!
     
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    iPhil

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    MadOne™ thanks for another sic® mental pic :eek: :mad:
     
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    BlizzardBomb

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    Multiple docks without having to relaunch Finder every single time! Maybe one on the right and one on the left, or one top and one bottom. Or maybe just a hotkey for each dock.
     
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    shadowmoses

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    Multiple desktops linux style would be nice,

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    If you have a look at the middle of the dock (bottom) there are the numbers 1,2,3 and 4 these each represent an individual desktop...This would work for say one desktop for work and one for play etc....Very Useful,

    ShadOw
     
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    That Looks Horrible:mad:

    id rather apple use Vista than this:eek:
     
  18. macrumors 6502

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    Use Desktop Manager -> http://desktopmanager.berlios.de/
     
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    ^^ how about this then....
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    3D revolving desktop
     
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    Orlando Furioso

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    YUCK!

    PATOOOOOEEEEYYY!


    What is wrong with "User Switching" if you need separate work/play environments?

    I hope the 3D revolving desktop stops spinning every once in a while so people can get their work done.
     
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    shadowmoses

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    You all obviously haven't used various desktops in a linux enviroment to see how useful they are....therefore please don't slag off a concept you don't understand.

    They will be featured in Leopard I am certain, probably in the 3D revolving variety which will be extremely cool,

    SHadoW

    "Other" just saw your post to that program,very cool I am going to give it a try, thanks for that.
     
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    floyde

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    I agree with Snake here. Multiple desktops are a great feature. And yes, KDE is butt-ugly, but I don't think that Shadow was suggesting that Apple should copy its style too!
     
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    Orlando Furioso

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    Shadow,
    Guilty as charged. I have not used Linux, but think I have a good idea of what you are suggesting. I am just not a fan of separate work-spaces/environments implemented via multiple desktop instances. Why can't the same thing be achieved by having, I don't know, customizable presets that are easily accessible. With each preset, users can configure their working environment to compliment/tune their system to the tasks they plan to tackle. Simple things like system performance-level settings, folder visibility, finder-window view modes, dock items, etc can be pre-configured and changed with a simple click/selection.
     
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    If apple can do multiple desktops as well as they do one, single desktop, then i think it would be an awesome addition...
     
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