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PureEdit
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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iPhoto will let you export photos to just about any size in several formats.

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MrParadoX

and mine, on Powerbook 17-inch

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PureLogic
and mine, on Powerbook 17-inch

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Echt lijp man!

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ZZOOzzoo

My dock is very simple and doesn't have any special effect on.

Most of the apps I frequently use are accessed via menubar icon created by an app called "Butler".

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Shazkar

Uh. Here's mine. In the bottom right corner of the iBook's screen... so... how hard is it to change the Finder icon? The blue totally clashes with the wallpaper and themechanger theme I have going on.

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I don't use this computer for all that much anyways. I just ctrl+space to open most other programs that aren't in my dock anyways, you know what I mean?

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Wickedkitten

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don't keep much in it because I use quicksilver

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

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i used to have my dock on the left but changed to when i added a second display to the left of the main display.

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

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You could have rotated the picture w/o telling us. Then we'd think your wierd for having rotated your wallpaper in the wrong way. Guess you can't win either way!

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PureLogic

My Dock featuring iToolbar Volume 2! :ninja:

Don't ask. :shifty:

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John S.

updated..1/2 the icons are courtesy of FOOOD, I so wish he'd do a whole OS X set

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toastyghost

Here's mine. I keep it pinned to the end vertically so it doesn't take up much space, and use Quicksilver for launching. It only ever shows running apps, so I turned off the little triangles.

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Matt T
Here is my dock.

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Where did you get those Macromedia icons?

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BlueLab.524

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Normally it is just:

Finder - Dashboard - Quicksilver - Safari - Mail | Trash

It used to be really cluttered but then I found Quicksilver. But for some reason I wanted to keep the Quicksilver and Dashboard icons as well as Mail and Safari.

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smiff

Not much in mine - I can't stand it being too full.

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Finder - Dashboard - Mail - iTunes - Safari - Football Manager 2005 - Photoshop CS - Last.fm (radio) player - MSN Messenger

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am_fek

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Finder, DB, Mail, Safari, NetNewsWire, CircusPonies Notebook, DEVONthink Pro, Tofu, Keynote, Pages, Endnote... you know the rest.

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MonkeyClaw

heres mine :shiftyninja:

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oh yea, the other one too... :p

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