First of all, yay for the 10.5.2 patch that gives the option of restoring sub-pixel anti aliased fonts and complete opacity to the menubar. Niggle one: Is there no way to autohide the menu bar in the same way that the dock autohides? (I am not talking about removing the menu bar completely; by autohide I mean that the menubar is hidden when the cursor is not at the top of the screen, and pops when the cursor is at the top). (Two third party apps that used to do it are now broken: I've personally tested that menushade does not work in Leopard (it unexpectedly quits whenever the cursor is positioned over the menubar). Menufela apparently doesn't work in Leopard either). Secondly, has anyone figured out a way to get Firefox 2 to stop littering the desktop with temporary downloads (i.e., the files that it downloads when you select the Open With... option)? I have read about 12 tips on lifehacker and the mozilla bug board that say that this preference can be changed by changing Safari's download directory to /tmp/. This tip is no longer valid in Safari 3, and Safari 2 cannot be installed on Leopard systems.