Question about Stacks

someone28624

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Biggest example is stacks. Neat, looks cute and all -- great job Apple, but you can't navigate through sub-folders or even have an option to revert to the normal menu style?
The thread I pulled this out of is locked, but I had a question- what does it mean about the option to revert back to the normal menu style? Making a stack of something doesn't take it out of finder, no? What "normal menu style" can you not use if you have stacks on?
 

jbg232

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It's referring to a function of Tiger where if you ctrl-clicked on a folder in the dock it would show a hierarchical list of folders that were navigable like a windows start menu. This feature does not exist anymore in Leopard.

Here's an example (not my computer screen):
 

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someone28624

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Wow, that's cool, never knew you could do that. So if you have stacks enabled, it's not possible to do this? Can you disable stacks?
 

jbg232

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How to disable stacks is the million dollar question everyone has been trying to answer since Leopard came out 2 days ago. If you can figure it out there are a lot of people who will gladly pay for the solution as there is no known way to disable stacks as of right now.
 

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