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exegete77 wrote:I had (and still have) 10.4.11 on my eMac, but when I bought this MBP in late February, 10.5 was on it. It has grown on me to the point that I find it less appealing to have to work on the eMac at all. In fact, it will become the teaching tool for my wife. But Leopard really does seem much better. I do use spaces frequently, causing me much joy - at least for my style of work.
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Jaysen wrote:My initial impressions:
• Spaces is nice. Coming from X11 world I am comfortable with the env and I am glad to have it back.(tanni, I use it like 77 suggests with grouping by task/project, ex. everything related to RCA XXXX in space 1).
Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:18 pm Post
I have an ibook with a 12" screen and run most apps in 'full screen' (as in, the size of the window covers everything) so for that, spaces wouldn't change much for me.
However, at work I'm getting a new (well, last years model) intel iMac with BIG screen (not sure how big exactly, but 20" at the most) where it may come in handy. I'll try it out, as soon as I get back to work
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PJS wrote:Spaces seemed like a good idea at first. Then I discovered that sometimes I wanted to use app A with app B, and sometimes I wanted to use app A with app C; either I had to put B and C -- never used together -- in the same Space, or put all of them in all Spaces.
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