All very well if you have a lot of menubar space!Mitthrawnuruodo said:
I actually ditched Menu Meters for XRG. Didn't really need both. And I will always have room for Meterologist (see attatchment), even with a 12" iBook with very limited screen estate...James Philp said:All very well if you have a lot of menubar space!
I like MenuMeters[/ulr] for system monitoring in the menubar myself.
hey i just got pathfinder and im just wondering is there anyway if i click on the Macintosh HD so instead of Finder opening Path Finder opens? Or is there a way that i can get rid of the Macintosh HD icon on my desktop?terryhutchinson said:Path Finder - a very classy replacement for Apple's Finder. First rate. Kind of a pro version of the finder. I can't recommend it enough for the power and ease of use it puts at your fingertips. Furthermore, under Tiger, it gives you the find file capability that Spotlight has forsaken. http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/16678
The built in menu bar item only ejects physical disks. Ejector will work on physical disks and mounted volumes, such as your iPod and dmg's. Makes it that much more usefulMitthrawnuruodo said:Does this provide any additional features compared to the built-in menu bar item ( /System/Library/CoreServices/Menu Extras/Eject.menu )?
Selecting an icon, holding down command and dragging will let you move some icons around...but unfortunately not all.mackaveli said:^^ thanks
also is there a way to organze your menu bar? because i have a lot of icons on it now. Thanks