Re: Before I give up on Mac OS X
- From: klohmuschel@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2008 01:24:35 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 26, 7:00 am, ZnU <z...@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
OS X offers its own set of tools for managing multiple documents and
programs. They're not the same tools you've been using on Linux. If
you're not interested in learning to use OS X the way it's designed to
work, then you're probably much better of not using it.
Hi: Is there are document somewhere that explain how to deal with the
I open an Emacs document in workspace #1 and I'd like to open a
manual (e.g. pdf document) as well. I want to open Emacs in another
workspace (e.g. #3) and I WANT to open the same pdf document again
because some programming projects are similar and I want to read the
same manual side by side in different workspaces. After some upgrades
Terminal can now be opended many times in different workspaces but not
the same pdf document.
Thats the reason why I am asking here. Maybe I really miss out
something. Since 1995 I haven't used anything else than Mac OS at home
on my laptop and Linux and Sun OS at work. OS 9 and subsequently Mac
OSX was fine at home for smaller projects.
Are there any 3rd party products available which let you 'simulate'
the 'true' virtual desktops from the Linux or Sun OS desktops which
gives a unique task bar (or dock) in each virtual desktop? I found a
shareware tool which tries to mimick unique docks in each sapce but
that doesn't really work especially with respect to opening the same
document many times in different workspaces.
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