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WATCH-OUT: How to test your QE/CI in Lion


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Hello everyone,
This is a quick tip which I got from member here on how to test your QE/CI
cause I had it already but I didn't know

cause like the old versions I test QE/CI using the Dashboard's water ripples effect

but hey THIS IS DISABLED BY DEFAULT

to enable it open
System Preferences > Mission Control > Uncheck "Show Dashboard as a space"

Now you can open the dashboard again and your water ripple's effect should be enabled

P.S.: I know this might be so simple and a lot of you already know this, But I didn't and I thought I should share this with others :P

Good Luck

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I see if I have QE/CI by looking if the taskbar is translucent. That's very easy because you don't need to do anything :D

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Brilliant! I will test this tonight. ;)

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You can also play a game of chess. If you can move the pieces, you have QE/CI enabled.

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Hello everyone,
This is a quick tip which I got from member here on how to test your QE/CI
cause I had it already but I didn't know

cause like the old versions I test QE/CI using the Dashboard's water ripples effect

but hey THIS IS DISABLED BY DEFAULT

to enable it open
System Preferences > Mission Control > Uncheck "Show Dashboard as a space"

Now you can open the dashboard again and your water ripple's effect should be enabled

P.S.: I know this might be so simple and a lot of you already know this, But I didn't and I thought I should share this with others :P

Good Luck


Thanx for the input. A quick, but useful tip for many of us.

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I can play chess and passing some 3D OpenGL tests but I 'm sure I don't have QE/CI ... I 'm sure it must be shown in the system profile to be there ... I have Intel X4500 chipset (2a42).





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