and it's not somewhat conceptually similar to macosx's menubar? :O Psh. I'm quite fond of certain tray items in winxp i wish i had in osx.Kingsly said:AKA the popup generator/crap-o-meter/annoying thing that does not go away/ annoy-o-meter/"yes i'm quite aware that I just plugged a device in, thanks for the useless info!" tray/etc.
Oh yes, and system tray.
Conceptually, XP and OS X are similar. Implementation wise, they are vastly different. My thoughts of the system tray are similar to Kingsly. By the way, why do we care what this is called??janey said:and it's not somewhat conceptually similar to macosx's menubar? :O Psh. I'm quite fond of certain tray items in winxp i wish i had in osx.
Can Menu Extras even do that??Lixivial said:I've always had a bit of a smile at Macintosh users who mock the System Tray in Windows and then load their Menu Extras with superfluous garbage. Although, granted, there aren't many Menu Extras that pop up critical information in a balloon format, but still...
Well, I have one that updates with Digg articles, and they pop up in balloonsapfhex said:Can Menu Extras even do that??