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Post: #31
Yeah, the finder not looking the same was a mistake on Candybar's court.

The updated dock (name them all!):

[Image: dock.jpg]
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Post: #32
blobbo Wrote:Contest: Bonus points to anyone who can identify what all the icons in my dock are. Go!

You have the same exact icon set that I used to use, blobbo, Somatic. I just didn't use all the icons.
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Post: #33
I just love it. I use it along with the Iridium theme that softens the metal and makes the system feel more unified.

Larue: the application icons are half the fun! Heck, I know where Mail.app is in my dock - why not have some fun with it!
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Post: #34
blobbo Wrote:Yeah, the finder not looking the same was a mistake on Candybar's court.

The updated dock (name them all!):

[Image: dock.jpg]
hmmm
I recognize finder, dashboard, adium, and VLC
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Post: #35
I also see an iTunes and an iPhoto, a Mail, some word processor, a trash can, a folder, and perhaps an Adium, though I'm not sure.

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Post: #36
skyhawk Wrote:finder, dashboard, adium, and VLC

Yup, yup, yup.

diordna Wrote:iTunes and an iPhoto, a Mail, some word processor, a trash can, a folder

Yes, yes, yes, yes (Word), yup, and yup (Applications)

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Post: #37
That red ones definitly and in-dock tamagochi.

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Post: #38
I'm with Alex.

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Post: #39
I find it interesting that I'm the only one who seems to still use OS 9-like folder groupings at the bottom of the desktop. Smile
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Post: #40
I was trying to get it in my screenshot but just couldn't it with Quicksilver also... but I've got dock folders that I use like that. I've got a dev one that has a VNC and TS client, Xcode, and a few other random things.

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Post: #41
[Image: Desktop.png]

Nothing to see here. All I ever have running is generally Xcode, Safari ( for documentation + man pages via Sogudi, since I don't have internet access at home ), & TextMate. On my pissant 1024x768 monitor, I never actually *see* my desktop, and I generally keep my Dock hidden.
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[Image: desktop.png]
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Everyone and their dog should have Quicksilver. But keep it way from your little brother.

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diordna Wrote:Everyone and their dog should have Quicksilver. But keep it way from your little brother.

I know everybody has a chubby for Quicksilver, but I prefer Butler. It does less, but it does what it does better, IMHO.
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Post: #45
I used Quicksilver before Tiger. Now I just use Spotlight. Not really the same but it gets the job done as good as the QS.

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