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comment Can you disable rubber-band scrolling in OS X Lion?
this only works for sites that shouldn't be scrolled at all, I believe. Enabling this on every single page would very quickly break your web browsing experience.
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comment Can you disable rubber-band scrolling in OS X Lion?
It's just so irritating to me. I was hoping a bounty might convince someone to dredge up a hack to turn it off. It's not the end of the world but I find most of Lion's new animations and effects to be distracting and wholly unnecessary. Since I use my machine for work, all the useless animation just wastes time and pulls me out of the zone.
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comment Can you disable rubber-band scrolling in OS X Lion?
really interested in finding an answer to this one, I hate the scroll bounce at the edges of a window.
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accepted What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?
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comment What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?
ahhhh success! I had my work computer's displays bottom-justified. When I moved the smaller external monitor up just a bit the problem vanished. Excellent! Now I no longer have to very carefully adjust the size of my windows and can fling the mouse around with reckless abandon again ;) +1 and accepted doesn't do this justice.
Sep
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comment What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?
I have an external display on both machines... though you may be on to something, as I believe the "primary" display may be the one without the dock on my home computer, where the imac's display has the dock on the work computer.
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comment What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?
updated question with link to video.
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comment What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?
Yes, I use the default basic dock on both computers. My home computers have always behaved this way (dual 500 MHz G4 and PowerBook G4 667 MHz from OS X public beta to 10.4ish, dual 2.5 GHz G5 from 10.4ish to 10.5, and my new tower in 10.6)... it's just the iMac at work that lets me resize behind the dock.
Sep
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comment What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?
that is correct. On my home machine I cannot do that, on my work machine I can. It drives me mad to no end that it is allowed at work... maybe I'm a little OCD about my window sizes or something but I just don't like the window going beneath the dock :p
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comment What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?
not quite what I'm looking for. I'm aware that applications cannot ever cover the dock, but my work computer allows me to resize an application behind the dock while my home computer does not. I'm interested in knowing what controls this behavior.
Sep
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asked What setting causes OS X to let you resize windows behind the dock?