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berchielli

[Tip] Resize an App to fit in a netbook screen

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If you just installed the OS X on your netbook, you can suffer a little because of the small screen, that OS X wasn't designed for....

 

Searching this Forum, I found a tip that the user limini gave: StatusBar/ Finder Shrinker

 

Just install this little app and run. It will put a small Icon on the TopBar to you select how much to resize the windows. Attention: this will only resize apps open after you had choose the correct resolution.

Very useful to use with Photo Booth or Settings(Try to ajust Exposé without this... ;) ).

 

You may put StatusBar to open automatically when you Log In on your Mac. Just go to Settings > Accounts > Login Itens > + > Choose StatusBar. Done!

 

Author of the StatusBar/Finder Shrinker is unknown to me... If anyone knows, please post here for proper credits!

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