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February 18th, 2008

@PBones I guess Gondry likes tape. "Eternal Sunshine" had audio cassettes...

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@danielpunkass Or if you want a spring-loaded drop target.

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@danielpunkass Agreed. I suppose the other case is like Figure 14-28 in the 10.5 HIG where you want flexibility about which side it opens on

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@danielpunkass That's different because the toolbar (bottom bar, too) is part of the window. Your pane is part of the window's content.

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@danielpunkass Enlarging the pane then becomes a two-step process, whereas with a drawer you could just drag the drawer.

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@danielpunkass Also, maybe you want resizing the window to resize the main content area, keeping the auxiliary pane constant.

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@danielpunkass Because the precedent (e.g. Preview in 10.5) is that showing the split pane doesn't resize the window.

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@ddribin I think I had that with 10.5.0 or the prior seeds. Not lately, though.

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@ddribin Does it panic on wake or just refused to wake? I've had the former many times on 10.5.1 and twice on 10.5.2.

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@danielpunkass It just means you'll have one clean (but slightly stale) inbox and another that you should ignore.

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@danielpunkass My question was taking that as a given. Using a secondary inbox won't change that, though.

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@danielpunkass So you receive lots of new mail between checks, and you don't mind waiting until the next check to see it?

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How to setup SpamSieve to run remotely: http://tinyurl.com/33q999

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