I've set DesktopLyrics not to display any user interface. How do I get it back?
If DesktopLyrics is already running then just double-click it again in the Finder. It will be hidden again the next time you start it, unless you change the preferences.
If DesktopLyrics isn't currently running, you can hold down "alt" while launching (double-clicking) it, this will make it visible and also change the preferences to be visible in the future.
You can build user interfaces on Force.com in two ways: Use Visualforce, a complete component-based framework for building and deploying custom user interfaces, or use the dynamic, metadata-driven, automatically generated user interfaces and page layouts.
Does anyone know how to change the screen position of the Bezel interface in Quicksilver. I have a dual-monitor setup and I'd rather move it to one screen or the other (which is available with Cube or Primer.) If its in the center of the screen and there are three panes displayed, the center one is difficult to see.
posted by ehamilt0n to computers & internet (3 answers total)
Not exactly what you're looking for, but someone has a made an alternate bezel interface that can be arbitrarily positioned.
posted by GS1977 at 9:53 PM on December 4, 2007
Terminal Commands – Leopard Tweaking
The default shell for Leopard users is Bash. Although many GNU/Linux users are familiar with it, not all Mac users take full advantage of its power. Here are some very useful terminal commands and tips for hidden Mac OS X settings.
You’ll find the Terminal in the Utilities folder within the Applications folder. To carry out any of the following commands you will need to copy/paste or type in the line of text then hit enter. For the most part, applications will need restarting before changes take place.
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