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Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

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Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

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Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

We love suggestions, so don’t be shy — just click on the link in the sidebar.

Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

We love suggestions, so don’t be shy — just click on the link in the sidebar.



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Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

We love suggestions, so don’t be shy — just click on the link in the sidebar.

Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

We love suggestions, so don’t be shy — just click on the link in the sidebar.



Comments are open





  



Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

We love suggestions, so don’t be shy — just click on the link in the sidebar.

Some super suggestions

Some poking around in the suggestion box unearthed this nifty little snippet submitted by a Mac maven:

I found both of the below items on the MacUpdate page while avoiding dishes. The first one is quick, easy and very intuitive to use. It allows you to change some of the system icons.
Liteicons
The second one likewise is a fairly intuitive app, in this case one for quickly navigating through your photos. A little better than just using the column view in a given folder, and nowhere near as hideously slow (for my older Mac) as iPhoto.
It does require an initial foray into the preferences, then a relaunch, but it seems to work very quickly and suits my needs pretty well.
Phoenix Slides

We love suggestions, so don’t be shy — just click on the link in the sidebar.



Comments are open