Originally posted by frawgz
What's that button in the upper right corner of the Display preference panel?
It opens a cloned window that contains *just* the display options that you can drag to another display if you have a multiple monitor setup.
Originally posted by Placebo
But honestly! 2 types of metal AND Aqua?! WHY?
This is starting to sound like the original rants about the Public Beta and 10.0's Aqua (over platinum). This is almost as bad as that tired of traffic light argument. The new appearances really work well in person and I would ask that you wold off on the zealous rants until you actually tried it for a while yourself.
"2 types of metal AND Aqua"? I'm just not sure where you're coming from on this note. There's one metal. There's one Aqua. There is a very small number of other apps that do anything different. The Pro suite of software (FCP, Shake, DVDSP, Logic) is certainly an exception to this rule, but I don't think it's so big a deal. Some of these apps really *should* keep their unique UIs because they started that way and the hard-core developers have learned the ins and outs of those UIs. You will notice, however, that Apple *is* slowly weaning those users away from that custom UI, introducing more normal Aqua into the apps little by little.
I've mentioned this elsewhere several times in the "metal" discussions. It would seem that Apple is applying metal to one-window utility apps and media apps. All the iApps fit this (except iChat), Safari now can fit this (thanks to tabs), QuickTime Player fits this, and Final Cut Pro fits this. Now, the Finder sort-of fits this. Unless you are just a die-hard OS9 user that can't let go of your array of spawned windows, I believe most people are very much gravitating towards sticking with the "browser" style of using one main window to navigate the drive. This new finder looks to encourage that behavior even more.