The usual Apple stuff, plus:
FWB Privacy Toolkit Shredder
Epson Scan To File
Video Lan Client
Windows Media Player
Real One Player
RME digi96 Settings
my Downloads folder
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by emceepj:
Current status quo:
Adobe Photoshop 7, PhotoGrid X, OutlookXpress (yikes! unfortunately Rogers made me use this insted of my beloved Eudora], Adobe GoLive, Fetch, IE, Safari, Netscrape, Network Utility, Hogwasher [a most aptly named Usenet news reader], Limewire, iTunes, DVD player, Toast, Disk Copy, KeyChain Access, Yahoo! Messenger, Calculator, FileMaker, Word, Civilization III, Alpha Centauri, Black & White, Mactracker, Print Center, Drop Stuff, Stuffit Expander, CPU monitor, Process Viewer, Console, Terminal, Maintain, Cypher, [email protected], System prefs, Snapz Pro OS X, ICal, Sherlock, dev null. ;_)
On an 800x600 screen, my dock was just getting TOO crowded... so I finally got around to organizing a few things:
- put the dock on the right-side, small size, no magnification
- within Applications, made a series of folders (Internet, Graphics, Media, etc.) and put aliases to the respective applications within them, then put aliases to those <u>folders</u> in the dock.
- Have started using folder windows that I use frequently (Documents, etc.) as semi-tabbed folders (a la OS9). You can open a folder window, skinny it down to 1 column, and drag the window to the bottom of the screen with just the title bar showing. Click on the "maximize" button, and it jumps open. Click again and it returns to it's "tabbed" location. But BEST of all, if you drag a file to the window, the folder "slides" up just like tabbed folders used to... though you still need to click the "maximize" button to return it to the bottom. Still, until tabbed folders come back, it's as good as we've got without going shareware.
Word,Toast5.2,TextEdit,Safari,MACanalysis,Terminal,Sys.Prefs,iCal,Sherlock,iChat,Stuffit Expander,MSN MEssanger,iTunes,ICQ,Acquisition,Transit,Carrafix,Carracho,Carracho Server,Gamer Ranger,JediKnight2MP,JediKnight2SP,MEdal of Honor,Ghost Recon,UnrealTournament,Warcraft3,Maya PLE,PhotoShop7,FinalCutExpress,Quicktime Player,WMPlayer,RealonePlayer all in Apps.
Desktop Folder, Games Folder , Junk Folder, Main Drive folder all in Folders.
I have a huge list of things in my dock right now, but I organize them with DockExtender. It's a great litte software that allows me to organize the dock in menus and submenus. I have 5 main dock icons, one for Sound Tools, one for Video Tools, one for Internet, etc, and when I click the icon in the dock, it pops up a menu. It's kind of like having 5 customized start menus. It also adds a menu bar icon (next to the time) to access all your apps from there, and it even allows you to have multiple docks.
My dock is very small as a result. Not even close to jwoodget.
Jedi Knight II (single player)
Jedi Knight II (MP)
Virtual PC 5
Sof II - Multiplayer
Toast Titanium 5.2
Virtual PC 6
Holy crap; and I thought *I* had a full screen! X_x
Audion (since iTunes crapped out on me ;_; )
AIM (since iChat, too, crapped out on me)
DivX Converter 5.0 beta
IE *hiss, hiss!*
2 Fetch bookmarks for my webpages
...wow, that really isn't a lot at all. I feel better.
Speaking of docks, is there any way to set the dock so that you must double-click on the icons to open the file? I keep opening apps by mistake. >_<