My wife very graciously gave me her old iMac over the weekend. I was using an old Acer 1810tz as my main PC, with Linux/XFCE. Now I have this iMac and I'm trying to get to grips with it, but I have some questions. I've been a Linux user for many years and I'm used to the way Linux/Unix machines work, but I'm struggling with this mac and I wonder if you folks can help? 1. How do I edit the mouse menus? I'm used to right click > applications, and I can't seem to make this thing do that. I assume there are config files for creating the menus given that they are contextual, but so far I have been unable to find them. 2. One of the features of Linux that I have become very used to over the years is the highlight/paste 3rd mouse button function. Does anyone know how to enable this on OSX? 3. Cut and paste of files and folders seems to be disabled in Finder. Is there a way of enabling this? I do a lot of file manipulation, and selecting, dragging etc, is just way too slow, especially given that the finder doesn't allow for tabs - which brings me to my next question - how do I enable tabs in finder? I'm assuming there must be a tab function someplace but so far I've not been able to find it. 4. I'm used to working with multiple desktops and I notice that OSX allows for this but is there some way that I can: - Right click on a window and send it to another desktop? - put a list of desktops in the task bar (at the top) so I can switch between them quickly ... or... - is there a fast way to switch between desktops (like a mouse scroll button for instance) ... Yes I know about mission control but its an awful and slow way to move around so I'm looking for a faster, better way. The applications I am using are much the same as the Linux apps I had on my other machine, but is there a good version of Conky for OSX? I'm using XRG and I'm not very happy with it so far. .. and lastly - how do I turn the dock off? Thanks!