Discussion in 'Gadgets and Gizmos' started by Skywatcher, Oct 7, 2009.
Nope. I'm on a Macbook Pro.
Tom macwave:... wheee.... I'm portable!)
Okey dokey... now that that's settled, why not change your application folder in the dock to "List" view? Just right click on the Application folder in the dock and from the popup list, choose List view. At least that way, you can move up and down in your app list just by positioning your mouse over the little arrows at the top and bottom of the window. Like the first picture below.
Doesn't solve the dim scroll bar issue on the grid view, but at least it let's you find what you're looking for.
Oh yes! The applications is just another folder like all the others. If you don't have it set that way, you may want to add it to your Finder window sidebar. From the Finder, just choose Finder->Preferences. In the window that pops up, click the "Sidebar" tab and under "Places" check "Applications" (the second picture). Adds it to your Finder sidebar so that you can get to it easily just like the normal, happy little folder that it is.
Tom macwave:... so many ways to do the same thing!)
Cheers mate always learning
it's less of an issue now I know it's there
I noticed this with my stack when I first switched to snow leopard however it's fairly obvious compared to Tom's on my stack
At least it doesn't crash when we open it
See my backgrounds are always going to be black as they are always space pics like Keith said a black on black to paraphrase the late and great DA
And I'm just turning round and leaving right now.
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