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prz    1

Here's the latest.

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Huy    0

^^ What's that SK application? The one with the hard hat please? :)

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bslag.xj    0

dock.png

Finder | PNGCrusher | Prefs | Adium || Trash (Adium is only there because its open :))

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prz    1
^^ What's that SK application? The one with the hard hat please? :)

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skEdit

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Discoteca    0

Dock Magnification is turned off, and Hiding is turned on.

I have the Applications folder by the trash which I ctrl click to view all the other apps I dont use as much :ninja:

The iChat icon is actually Adium :)

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PrInCiPeSsa    0

:whistle: my dock.......

index.php

finder/dashboard/opera/mercury/safary/address book/iphoto/ical/idvd/imovie/m.word/m.powerpoint/m. excel/itunes/yahoo/preview( i was editing some pics) trash

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nexionly    0

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I prefer to keep it simple and clean and the only thing on my desktop is the HD.

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I do this to get to things I need. and keep the dock easy to look at ;)

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DrunkenMaster    0
I do this to get to things I need. and keep the dock easy to look at ;)

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You might want to look into a program called Himmelbar. Its free and sits next to the clock. You can customise which apps to chose from. Its kinda of a cross with the way Pre-OSX used to be.

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Huy    0

^^ How are you running Office 2003 on your Mac? Virtual PC? Or did I miss something. :huh:

Or is that not a Mac? :blush:

Edit

I'm seeing Windows Explorer and Outlook, and MCE. So I'm just guessing it's a PC? :wacko: I thought we were looking at original Mac OS X docks only.

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Chad    0

Yeah. OS X docks here. No fakers

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The Professional    0

update

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bucko    7

Im still kinda new at my mac mini so its kinda basic.

Edit, Umm how do I convert it to JPG without Photoshop told you I was new :whistle:

doc.tiff

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divinatum    2

preview will convert it, also the Grab application is pretty useless. key combo's work just as good :D

apple + shift + 3 = whole screenshot in PNG (PDF if you still use panther)

apple + shift + 4 = select portion of screen in PNG (PDF if you still use panther)

apple + shift + 4 + space = window selection in PNG (PDF if you still use panther)

to convert it to jpg, or whatever format, just open the PNG/PDF in preview, and go to File > Save As and pick the format from the dropdown list

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Fusion    0

Also, if you would like your screenshot in a different format all the time, you can use Cocktail to change it or these terminal commands:

defaults write com.apple.screencapture type pdf

defaults write com.apple.screencapture type jpg

defaults write com.apple.screencapture type png

defaults write com.apple.screencapture type gif

etc...

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Huy    0

On a similar question to the above, how do I resize an image without Photoshop. Is there an easy way of doing it? Grab, Preview? (thanks for the tip divinatum, I don't really like PNGs - being on dialup :blush: ).

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bucko    7

Well I just used the Gimp.

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KoL    36

Here's my dock :D

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suspiria    0

Finder|Sherlock|Mail|Camino|iTunes|Adium|iPhoto|VLC|QuickTime|Acquisition|ActivityMonitor|System Prefs.

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Edited by Rutager

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trek    207

OK, well I may be weird but I like my dock on the left. :rofl:

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digitaljames    0

As redundant as everyone else....

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divinatum    2
On a similar question to the above, how do I resize an image without Photoshop. Is there an easy way of doing it? Grab, Preview? (thanks for the tip divinatum, I don't really like PNGs - being on dialup :blush: ).

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Suprisingly enough... mail

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MonkeyClaw    9

heres mine, pretty simple, ignore that 7th and 18th icons, hehe

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auto-logic    1

finder | safari | mail | itunes | ical | ichat | address book | iphoto | omnigraffle pro | omnioutliner | photoshop cs | illustrator cs | indesign cs2 | fireworks | dreamweaver | word | excel | textedit | preview | calc | automator | terminal || trash

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lieb39    0

Woohoo!

Finder > Dashboard > Safari > mail > proteus > iChat > iTunes > iCal > QT > Garageband > RDC > Sys Prefs > Keylogger X > Preview | Links to network drives (right click) > Application folder (right click) > Trash

Cheers,

lieb39

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