I won't lose sleep over it, but I hope Apple dies let you drop files into Docked Finder windows. It's a natural thing to attempt, and takes one less click/motion (and less space) than maximizing the window. Not the only way to do anything--but a way that should work.
I am looking forward to Exposé. I wish I could have Apple's Jaguar-beta Minimize-In-Place AND Exposé, but if I can only have one, I'll take Exposé. So, 2 questions:
1. Do any of exposé's modes reveal minimized windows along with the rest?
Originally posted by Luca Rescigno
One cool thing - moving files to iPhoto was really easy. Basically, I had iPhoto taking the whole screen (on a 12" iBook, it just about has to). I hit F11 to show the desktop, and started dragging a file that was on the desktop. Then I hit F9 to show all the windows, placed the file over the minimized iPhoto window, pressed F9 again to get the iPhoto window up front, and let go.
2. Can Luca's procedure (app hides desktop; get icon from there into the app) be done using hot corners without using keys? (The part about picking iPhoto--can you just hover or something?)