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Anything similar to upcoming 'Launchpad' for Lion already exist for Snow Leopard?


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Hi,

Does anybody know of anything similar to the upcoming 'Launchpad' feature included in Lion which is for Snow Leopard?

Something to display all your applications like the iPad or iPhone does.

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I do not believe such a thing exists, but I use my dock, and place an applications folder in it.. then I can access anything from there..

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Ye that's what I am currently doing, just thought it looked fresh when I saw the preview of OS X Lion.

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Personally I can't imagine why launchpad even needs to exist since I can't believe people have that many programs that they access all the time. haha

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There is bevy - which is pretty configurable.
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Just what I was looking for, thanks.
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Ye that one is just like Bevy. Thanks for the help.
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