As it is going, I believe you kill the Dock process. (killall Dock in the Terminal)cantthinkofone said:But how do you freeze the genie effect midway?
That's strange, I thought this was a new feature with QuickTime 7. Didn't realize that earlier versions of QT did the same thing. Anyway, it works fine for me in Tiger, as well as with QT 7 in Panther.ColoJohnBoy said:I know this is an old thread, but it seems appropriate for my question. I switched right after OS X.1 was released and always took for granted that QuickTime movies continue to play after being minimized to the dock. I just noticed, however, that mine no longer do this. Iin fact, I can't recall them doing this ever since I upgraded to Tiger. Do I need to enable some option to do this, or remove a troublesome codec? Any suggestions are appreciated
Don't know about freezing it, but you can slow it down by holding down the shift key while minimizing or restoring from the dock. You can slow it down even further by holding down shift and control while minimizing or restoring from the dock.cantthinkofone said:But how do you freeze the genie effect midway?