Deskguise
Deskguise
1.0

0.0

Deskguise free download for Mac

Deskguise1.0

05 February 2009

Menubar app for fast transformation/customization of the Mac desktop.

Overview

Deskguise is the essential menu bar application for quick-switch transformation and customization of the Mac desktop environment.

Hide/Show Desktop & Menu Bar: Focus your working environment, capture perfect screenshots and improve your presentations by masking your desktop and menu bar with any solid color from the millions available.

Suspend/Resume Energy Saver: Control your display's dimming, screen saver and sleep mode by choosing from an indefinite or timed suspension of up to 12 hours with automatic resume.

Show/Hide Invisible Files: Access your Mac's dark secrets by revealing its invisible files and folders.

Hide/Show Dock: Supervise your workspace real estate by effortlessly managing the dock's auto-hide setting.

Menu Bar Extras: Optimize accessibility by quickly adding, organizing and removing an assortment of menu bar application extensions and system preferences.

Desktop Files: Instantly retrieve files and folders located on the desktop while the desktop remains hidden.

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1 Reviews of Deskguise

Dana-Sutton
05 February 2009
Version: 1.0

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I'll probably try this but I'm not sure that it's worth paying for since there are free utilities that do some of this stuff. But (if you are reading this, dear developer), there's a feature for which I'd gladly pay. I hate the "hair trigger" speed with which the hidden Dock pops up if I graze the edge of my screen for even a millisecond with my cursor, this happens to me dozens of times a day, and I remember the old utility A-Dock, which let me set a minimum time the cursor had to be in touch with the screen edge before popping up. If you could reproduce this feature I'd gladly fork over ten bucks and then some.
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Dana-Sutton
05 February 2009
Version: 1.0
I'll probably try this but I'm not sure that it's worth paying for since there are free utilities that do some of this stuff. But (if you are reading this, dear developer), there's a feature for which I'd gladly pay. I hate the "hair trigger" speed with which the hidden Dock pops up if I graze the edge of my screen for even a millisecond with my cursor, this happens to me dozens of times a day, and I remember the old utility A-Dock, which let me set a minimum time the cursor had to be in touch with the screen edge before popping up. If you could reproduce this feature I'd gladly fork over ten bucks and then some.
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