Spaces Problem

Discussion in 'macOS' started by totolad, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. totolad macrumors member

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    Has anyone notcied that, when they use Spaces and have Mail in its own window, the second top left button of the three ie Minimise is not there? It won't let you minimise the window. Every other program has it but mail.

    Also WDF are Apple doing making an OS with all the problems that people are encountering. I am a recent switcher and it is beggers belief that they are having so many problems.

    At least we know they will be fixed.
     
  2. tersono macrumors 68000

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    Not seeing that problem here.

    Eh? Bear in mind that the people posting are those having problems. Those not having problems are mostly keeping quiet. Personally I've installed Leopard on two separate machines without a single issue.

    Apple's record in this area continues to be excellent - NT4 to Win2k, Win2k to XP, XP to Vista were all far more troublesome than I've ever seen with an Apple OS upgrade, but it has to be said that any major upgrade is going to introduce compatibility problems as well as errors created by badly-configured machines, user mistakes and (most commonly) poorly programmed third-party hacks and drivers (viz the system hangs being caused by APE in Leopard).

    If you're not prepared to accept a few gotchas, then you need to wait a few months for third-party applications to be updated before upgrading - this applies no matter what OS you're using, OS X, Windows, Solaris or whatever.
     
  3. totolad thread starter macrumors member

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    the only things that I have installed are Aperture and iWorks

    and it was a fresh install.
     
  4. sulhaq macrumors regular

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    The thing that PISSES ME OFF about spaces is that if say you have two spaces, if you quit all programs in one space it automatically switches to a space which has a program open. For example, one has an Adium chat window and the other has a Web browser. If you quit the web browser it automatically switches to the space that has the Adium chat window. This is irritating me to no end.
     

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