Jonathan Stowe <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> On Mon, 9 Apr 2001, Chris Devers wrote:
> 
> > At 08:22 AM 9.4.2001 +0000, Robin Szemeti wrote:
> > >personally the ultimate task of any minimise/restore function should  be
> > >to get a window on or off the dispaly as fast as possible ... slowly
> > >attempting some graphical wizardry whilst chewing up CPU resources its
> > >not one of the things I lust after .. but YMMV :)
> >
> >    Alternate genie effects [for OSX]
> >
> >    The "genie effect" is what happens when you click the yellow
> >   "minimize" button. You'll see your window get sucked down into
> >   the dock, as though it were being drawn into a funnel. While
> >   quite cool the first few times, some people (me!) have found
> >   it a little annoying after a while. Those with slower machines
> >   may also find it something of a CPU hog.
> >
> >    Luckily, Apple included a way to change the genie effect, but
> >   chose not to put it into a GUI tool at this time. I'm sure
> >   someone will have one written within a week, but for now,
> >   here's how you do it. Open a terminal session (the Terminal
> >   application is inside Applications/Utilities), and type one
> >   of the following:
> >
> >      defaults write com.apple.Dock mineffect genie
> 
> Java !!?

More likely netinfo. 

-- 
Piers

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