10 little secrets that you should know while using Leopard.
You will need additional fee to login to your Yahoo! Mail through Mail Application. This is called POP access fee and you will be recommended to visit Yahoo! Help.
If you try to call your Spotlight using keystrokes Command-Spacebar and right away call your help menu using keystrokes Command-Shift-[?], Leopard will return you 25 hot help topics.
What's strange about this? Try to use your help and search with keyterms Spotlight and you will find out that it's completely different from the help result before.
Using Align to Grid feature wrongly will lead your files to be stacked in one grid. If you drop your files as seen in the picture below :
You will get those two files exactly at the same grid, same place on the same time.
Unlike the old Tiger which you can only add one custom folder for background images, in Leopard you can add more than one folder. And this files folder is put inside the different root called Folders as you see in my Desktop and Screen Saver Preference Pane below.
If you're a digg and Apple fans, you should now this site Marble of Doom. See how much time spent by your old Tiger on that Spinning Beachball of Death. In Leopard, you don't have to worry about that anymore. If someday you encounter that Spinning Beachball of Death, quickly change to another Space and force quit the Application that is not responding.
Printing files with Leopard is a lot more easier than with our old Tiger. Leopard is so genius that it remembers the last settings. What's wrong with old Tiger? It always reverts the settings back to default.
iChat now supports screen sharing, everyone knows that. Unfortunately, pushing iChat to share dual-screen at a time is a kind of assassination and you won't get the expected result.
This is what I got from dual-screen sharing.
Safari can convert a portion of web into your widget. The interface is indeed very cool. But this is not the part that I like the most. The most interesting part here is the closing slow motion effect of this web clip widget.
Cover Flow rocks on your Finder and you will need to wait a few seconds to change the highlight from one file to other. This is also known as Glitch.
Our old Tiger manages the view of each folder separately. When Mac changed to Leopard, the view is the same for every folder. Therefore, if we applied a Cover Flow View at folder A and we went to folder B, we still got the Cover Flow View.
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