Snow Leopard Combo Pane
Snow Leopard Combo Pane
1.2

5.0

Snow Leopard Combo Pane free download for Mac

Snow Leopard Combo Pane

1.2
04 December 2009

Find hidden prefereneces within Snow Leopard.

Overview

Snow Leopard Combo Pane combines our QuickTime Player X preference pane with our iTunes preference pane and some new features geared toward anyone who would like to take advantage of the hidden preferences inside Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).

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4 Snow Leopard Combo Pane Reviews

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Kobalt
05 December 2009

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Good one, guys! Thanks for making these extra pref options readily available. :)
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Version 1.2
Ipeck
26 February 2010
The pref did screw my dock too... unistalled it and solved too.
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Version 1.2
Mrboma
22 December 2009
Installing this made my dock freak out, doubling and redoubling the reflections and turning it into an ugly mess. I was able to fix the issue by altering one of the prefs, but when I rebooted, the issue was back again. I don't think this is the Pref Pane's fault, I think the feature is not debugged and that is why it is turned off by default. To fix the problem permanently I uninstalled the Pref Pane and as back to normal. So the lesson is that there is a reason some of these prefs are hidden: they are buggy and not ready for general use.
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Version 1.2
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Cal81985
Cal81985
23 December 2009
Are you referring to the glass effect for the dock? Did enabling that preference from the pane give your dock trouble, or did it start right when you installed the pane? Simply installing the pane doesn't write any preferences, so I'm not sure why that would happen. If you have any more information on this, please call (615) 785-9234 or leave a reply here. I'd really like to hear more about this since I've never seen anything like that happen. -Chris from Megabyte Computing
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Version 1.2
John-Malis
05 December 2009
Only seems to work when you install this as a administrator. A guest cannot use this.
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Version 1.2
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Cal81985
Cal81985
05 December 2009
All privileges and access rights are on each individual system, it actually has nothing to do with the pane itself. When you double click it and install for the first time, it will ask if you'd like to install for just yourself or all users of that particular machine. If you chose "this user only", that is why it won't work for guests. If you installed it for all users, please check your Guest settings under System Preferences --> Accounts, as there are more account features to enable and disable in Mac OS X 10.6. -Chris from Megabyte Computing
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Version 1.2
Kobalt
05 December 2009
Good one, guys! Thanks for making these extra pref options readily available. :)
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Version 1.2