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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by i4k20c, Feb 19, 2008.
Just want to get some ideas on how to organize it!
Depends on which of my machines that I'm using, but since I'm on my laptop, here's how I use Spaces.
1. Adium, XChat, and TextEdit
This is the Spaces Pref Pane from my Macbook. Don't need to use it on my macbook.. nuff real estate!
Primary Screen (Dell 2407WFP)
Space 1: iChat and Webkit
Space 2: Mail
Space 3: iCal
Space 4: Firstclass (program that connects my University)
Every Space (MBP Screen): iTunes
i hardly ever use spaces, but if i do, its one for work and one for play.
I guess I need to look into Spaces more. I was always just draging stuff where I wanted it.
1- Safari, internet based stuff.
2- iTunes, iPhoto, entertainment stuff.
3- Adium, Mail, iChat, chatting mail stuff.
4- School stuff: Pages, Keynote, TextEdit, Word, etc.
4 spaces in 1 row.
1: firefox, ichat, songbird, email, word, vlc, etc (casual use programs)
2: photoshop, illustrator, etc. (design programs)
3: terminal, coda, eclipse, jedit, ftp (development programs)
4: vmware fusion (run xp off bootcamp or ubuntu)
of course, like all spaces users, im just waiting until i can get multiple LCD displays running in my setup instead
There's the image, here's the list:
Space 1: Empty by default, filled up when I open Pages, PS, etc.
Space 2: Vienna RSS
Space 3: Safari or current web browser
Space 4: Mail, Skype, Twitterific, Adium
Space 5: iTunes
Space 6: iCal
Spaces is a good application -- I use it each time I boot up my machine.
1) FireFox, Safari
3)DVD player, Quicktime
1: adium, colloquy, xbox live friends
3: Azureus, mail, word processor
Whatever else go wherever
This is mainly how i keep my spaces:
2. iTunes, Limewire, Garage Band
3. iCal, Mail, Address book, Adium
4. Everything else.
I use Space 1 for work-related tasks; Space 2 for entertainment stuff; Space 3 for any overflow related to work that I may only use a couple times; and Space 4 has been used like twice in the past four months (since I got my system)