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  • TomDSchneider Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Cut the obnoxious talk Peter.  You waste your time doing so, and it's bad for your blood pressure.  I did not think to do that particular google search.  So thanks for pointing it out.  The second link gives a video which demonstrates what the new Expose does.  It does not tile the windows over the entire screen.  So if I have 16 terminals and web pages up, they will be smaller than they could be.  This is therefore still a failure by Apple.

  • petermac87 Level 5 Level 5 (5,245 points)

    TomDSchneider wrote:

     

    I did not think to do that particular google search.

     

     

    Why would I not be surprised, as you were needing to Google expose and....um....mountain lion.

     

    The second link gives a video which demonstrates what the new Expose does.  It does not tile the windows over the entire screen.  So if I have 16 terminals and web pages up, they will be smaller than they could be.  This is therefore still a failure by Apple.

    Then you are doing it wrong or have never used Expose properly.

     

    http://www.extensions.in.th/amitiae/08_2012_2/mission.html

     

    Cheers

     

    Pete

  • Claudio 69 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I totally agree with the rest of the community. Give us back Spaces+Expose

  • artnative Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    " Bring back old working Spaces and Expose "

     

    I entirely agree, working Spaces under Maverick is wasting a lot of monitor screen space without even being able to quickly drag and drop one application window from one space to another. Still using 10.6.8 and the spaces solution is an elegant, quick and easy solution to improve the a workflow.

  • artnative Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    39,171 views only for this topic.

     

    Is that a "Pro" or "Contra" argument for software?

  • petermac87 Level 5 Level 5 (5,245 points)

    Well what ever you count it as it has not bought back the ancient feature.

     

    Pete

  • artnative Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    The Episode continues ... "Back to the future ... IV"

  • DaveSpencer Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    artnative wrote:

     

    The Episode continues ... "Back to the future ... IV"

     

    I would guess that like you and me the simple reason anybody would read this thread is because they are not happy with the utterly awful Mission Control. Only somebody with nothing better to do would actually bother responding to the thread given it's simple to understand title.

     

    Apple boasted yesterday at the WWDC that in the last 12 months 130 million customers bought an Apple product for the first time. All of Apple's new customers over the last few years won't even know about Spaces and Expose and that is part of the problem because they will simply tolerate Mission Control.  

  • petermac87 Level 5 Level 5 (5,245 points)

    DaveSpencer wrote:

     

    artnative wrote:

     

    The Episode continues ... "Back to the future ... IV"

     

    Only somebody with nothing better to do would actually bother responding to the thread

    So, so true.

     

    Pete

  • artnative Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Well, in that case it is definitely a "Pro" argument for "Parent's Politics".

  • artnative Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Why have parents (hardware and software) developers invented super large 27" screens that are not being used efficiently and productively?

     

    I have a super large 27" screen (percentage of large screen sizes are increasing)

     

    1) The only thing I see are super small(!) thumbnail views of my spaces that are hardly to recognize

    2) I am no longer able to simply drag and drop one application or finder window from one space into another with one click

    3) Easy and quick drag & drop technology was an essential technology invented by Apple

    4) I need to move my mouse to the top right corner to "discover" a plus icon to create a new space

    5) New spaces are only visible in small sizes in a horizontally aligned position

    6) I am no longer able to create rows and cols to organize my own productivity environment

    7) I need to switch between spaces to make changes

    8) I have no longer a large scaled view of all of my spaces I have created so far

    9) I use hot corners to quickly and easily access and switch between spaces as fast and quickly as ever possible

     

    And ... waht is your "Pro/Contra" argument?

     

    Summary: The more spaces I create, the smaller the thumbnail views become ... but that's my understanding of user interface design instead of being able to change the desktop background for each space.

  • petermac87 Level 5 Level 5 (5,245 points)

    Probably best to tell Apple instead of moaning here if you want something done. I have no arguement, as Spaces does not exist in the four OSXs since Snow Leopard, and I am a big user of Mission Control.

     

    feedback

     

    Good luck

     

    Pete

  • DaveSpencer Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    petermac87. Why are you here if you have no argument and nothing to add. The thread is for individuals that would like Spaces and Expose returned. It is not for enthusiasts of Mission Control. Is that so tricky to understand.

     

    artnative. TotalSpaces still works for me as a viable alternative but I would prefer not to have to use a third party application.

  • petermac87 Level 5 Level 5 (5,245 points)

    I was not replying to you. Please read the posts properly.

     

    Pete

  • DaveSpencer Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    petermac87 wrote:

     

    I was not replying to you. Please read the posts properly.

     

    Pete

     

    And exactly where did I suggest that you were replying to me?

     

    Please read the post properly. In fact please read the title of the thread properly. Your participation since day one has been tiresome to say the very least. I just fail to understand what your motives are. I fully accept that some people may just prefer Mission Control especially if they are casual users. Is it really so difficult for you to appreciate that there are a lot of people who are not happy about losing Spaces and Expose. 40000 is a meaningful number of clicks on a thread even if you are personally responsible for far too many of them !!

     

    Cheerio !!