John Siracusa's Jaguar review
Reply 41 of 46
September 6, 2002 6:45PM
My feeling is that the current Finder is more than adequate, but something along the lines of iTunes is in store for the future. Meta-data infused, perhaps, but at least re-organizable more instantaneously.
Reply 42 of 46
September 7, 2002 12:42PM
[quote]Originally posted by Rick1138:
<strong>I'd like to see a clipboard tha can be made visible and can hold several,rather than one item-I use Text edit in this way,but it isn't integrated into the system the way the clipboard is.</strong><hr></blockquote>
Is <a href="
; target="_blank">this</a> something like what you're looking for?
Reply 43 of 46
September 9, 2002 12:37PM
I'd just like a Finder that remembers I like my windows to open up in Column View.
Jaguar even adds a check box for this in the Finder preferences, but it doesn't seem to have the global effect you'd expect it to.
I have to agree that OS X still doesn't feel anywhere near "finished". I know it's only a 0.2 revision, and will probably be around in another 16 years being refined and polished, but it feels like a beta product.
And I still feel joy every time I go back to OS 9 and everything moves so quickly. And I still feel dismay that going into Windows XP feels like a more complete experience than going into OS X.
Oh, and for those of you who, like me, wonder where on earth those "150 compelling new features" are hiding, check out <a href="
; target="_blank">Ken Bereskin's website</a>.
[ 09-09-2002: Message edited by: Belle ]</p>
Reply 44 of 46
September 9, 2002 6:44PM
Is this something like what you're looking for?
Yea,that's a start,I'll download that.Ideally it would have a visual representation of the items,and could be accessed in a manner similar to the dock,maybe like a pullout shelf.
Reply 45 of 46
September 10, 2002 2:46AM
Then look here:
Reply 46 of 46
September 11, 2002 9:16AM
[quote]Originally posted by unremarkable:
<strong>Then look here:
LOL that's same app I posted, mate..