[quote]I demand OSCAR for OS X<hr></blockquote>
"I love it because it's trash..."
"Oh I looooove trash!"
:snif: It brings a tear to me eye.
But back to the subject at hand, I've thought of some further possible additions.[*]fix iTunes to use standard widgets[*]a customizable Apple menu-- not
like the Classic Apple menu, though. Customizable for System Prefernces. For example, why the heck are Dock and Location options in the Apple menu? I
never use them and I suspect that not many people do. Of course, there could be some overlap here between Apple items and *.menu things like the sound and monitors. I'll make a mockup of what I'm trying to describe.[*]remove the debug code :cool:[*]fix the clock "menu" back so that it shows the date when you click it rather than bringing up that rediculous menu each time (yes, I know the date is in the menu). You might be surprised how often I click that thing for the date-- days and weeks often seem to mesh together for me.[*]Ditto on the OSX forest-clearing paper manual.[*]make standard cmd-shift-H for Hide Others (like OmniWeb)[*]do my laundry[*]include some prettier alert sounds... these are rather old. How about a nice aqua "drip", "swish", "ripple" , or "splash" sound? No, the old System 7 "drip" doesn't count!
[*]fix this bug with (PC) DOS formatted Zip disks: sometimes when the disk is inserted I get a message saying it's an unreadable format. By simply ejecting and reinsterting the disk, it works fine.[*]fix sleep for SCSI users... please!! OS9 sleeps a-okay.
[*]give user a gui option to set the format of screenshots (it can be set in Terminal by changing NSDomain defaults)[*]labels?[*]include a global tool (in Sys Prefs?) that lists all file extension associations and can change them[*]include an extended "CPU monitor" or "Process viewer" type app (GUI, not command line
) that can monitor stats over a period of time (Windows 9x's "System Monitor" comes to mind)[*]assign cmd-` to "next window" in the Finder, damnit![*]fix Preview to recognize the arrows keys to scroll the window content[*]allow QuickTime Player to change the screen to 640x480 when you "Present Movie"[*]give QuickTime Player the option to use the "standard" (although far more advanced) movie controls.
[*]when you tell the finder to show extensions, show all
extensions including .app![*]fix the OS and apps so they actually work with Full Keyboard Access
okay, that's enough for now I think.