497 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Oct 27, 2007 5:53 PM by Dion Rodrigues
I totally agree. If the menus are going to be transparent, give the users three things in addition:
1) the ability to make the menu even less transparent
2) the ability to blur the stuff behind the menu even more
3) the ability to turn off the transparency entirely
This goes for the menu bar as well. What were the designers thinking when they added all this useless eye-candy that gets in the way? That's the kind of stuff we expect from Microsoft, not Apple.
Try checking Apple terminal hack sites for a bypass, I know (and probably everyone else does too) that theres one to bypass the reflective dock, but when I read the article about it, there were no other hacks disabled (but then again, the article was posted 11 hours before Leopard actually came out, soooo.....).
Happy hunting! I'll post something if I find anything out.