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Make your Mac look like the classic finder

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https://classicmacfinder.com/

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Requires OS X 10.11, so I couldn't try it.
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Looks pretty cool, but it makes me wonder what you are running. 10.11 has been around a while, and it will run on 10.11 or later (presumably including Mojave)
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maurvir wrote: Looks pretty cool, but it makes me wonder what you are running. 10.11 has been around a while, and it will run on 10.11 or later (presumably including Mojave)


10.6.8

it is what it is, can't upgrade, won't talk about it
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Neat. I should try that.
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Post by dv »

Okay, cute, but none of the keyboard shortcuts work and it's just a file explorer, not a reskin. Hell, can't even scroll in a window or use it to launch files/apps.

You're not missing much, Uki.
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I had Mint all skinned up to look like OS9 for awhile but then I did a clean install and never bothered reinstalling the OS9 theme but ever since then, at least 5 years, I have had my windows widgets positioned just like in the old MacOS.
Minimize/maximize to the right, close on the left which I think is the very best way to do it. Segregating the destructive widget from the non-destructive ones. Apple got that right back then and has been doing it wrong ever since.
Not even duct tape will fix stupid, but it can muffle the sound.
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