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  • softwater Level 5 Level 5

    Your post is unacknowledge copying from another source.

     

    i.e., http://www.macworld.com/article/161133/2011/07/lion_mission_control_launchpad.ht ml

     

    Don't pass off others writing as your own.

  • woodmeister50 Level 5 Level 5
    expertise.serversenterprise
    Servers Enterprise

    For all those who are in love with Spaces and Expose, just

    go back to Snow Leopard and be done with it.  Problem solved.

  • softwater Level 5 Level 5

    Couldn't agree more. Apart from having the superior Space & Expose, Snow Leopard has almost 250 useless features of Lion removed.

     

    - No launchpad

    - No mission control

    - No resume

    - No autosave

    - No Versions

    - No Recovery disk which allows anyone to reset your admin password by starting up with 'command-r' and using the reset password tool provided

    - Compatible with both Intel and PPC apps

    including — Adobe CS2 through to 5

                      MS Office 2004 through to 11

     

    There's one, and only one thing Lion does better than SL, and that's Filevault 2.Not worth downgrading from a superior OS to, though, IMO.

     

    Snow Leopard  — most advanced OS in the world.

  • iPotential Level 1 Level 1

    softwater wrote:

     

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    Snow Leopard  — most advanced OS in the world.

     

    I also couldn't agree more.  Let's hope that Lion will grow-up to replace Snow Leopard one day.

  • RobBT Level 1 Level 1

    woodmeister50 wrote:

     

    For all those who are in love with Spaces and Expose, just

    go back to Snow Leopard and be done with it.

    Whether for love or practical matters, I think most of us have done that. Nevertheless we don't want good old Exposé & Spaces to be removed from OS X permanently.

  • RobBT Level 1 Level 1

    softwater wrote:

     

    Couldn't agree more. Apart from having the superior Space & Expose, Snow Leopard has almost 250 useless features of Lion removed.

    Right!

  • boyfromoz Level 1 Level 1

    RobBT wrote:

     

     

    Whether for love or practical matters, I think most of us have done that.

    yes most in this thread but what of other millions of users and still buy MBP with Lion. not here complaining. just a few. you no them and that they all went back?

  • softwater Level 5 Level 5

     

  • DaveSpencer Level 1 Level 1

    boyfromoz - Let's give it one final try and don't paste and copy another article that is designed to describe the functionality of MC . I don't wish to be rude either but like mulligans missus you are coming across as some kind of evangelistic dimwit. There are several posters on this thread and elsewherewho would like to see the benefits of S and E incorporated within MC or the option to simply switch from MC to S and E. What is your problem with that? I just fail to understand why you spend so much time writing such pathetic nonsense. Have a look on youtube which is a bit more up your street if you really want to have a stupid fight about the so-called merits of MC.You clearly have a very limited understanding of S and E and by your own admission you haven't even used them extensively.Bit like trying to write a road test on a car without driving it!

     

    Just try to answer my simple question this time: Please just tell me one single benefit of MC over S and E? No copies of irrevelant articles please.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Dave

  • CT Level 6 Level 6
    expertise.notebooks
    Notebooks
  • walter_l Level 1 Level 1

    One simple tweak would satisfy me.

    In the case of one app visible on the desktop in mission-control view, make it an expanded bundle by default. change it to show the bundles filling the entire area, getting rid of the anamolous case where you made a swipe wanting to see 'more' but saw 'less'  instead

  • DaveSpencer Level 1 Level 1

    walter_l wrote:

     

    One simple tweak would satisfy me.

    In the case of one app visible on the desktop in mission-control view, make it an expanded bundle by default. change it to show the bundles filling the entire area, getting rid of the anamolous case where you made a swipe wanting to see 'more' but saw 'less'  instead

    Walter - one simple tweak would do it for me as well - JUST BRING BACK SPACES!

  • Oliver Drummond Level 1 Level 1

    Just did it!

     

    Iám not sure if Apple realy read that kind of stuff but... We can try it,

  • cosmofromkokomo Level 1 Level 1

    I left my comments with apple support as well but I'm afraid they are falling on deaf ears!  

     

    I just used Time Capsule to go back to Snow Leopard.....call me whatever you like I don't care :-)  

     

    I knew I liked Spaces/Expose but I actually forgot how AWESOME it really was in realtion to that half baked MC crap!  

     

    My workflow is back and I already feel more productive......WOOT WOOT!!!     

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