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OS 10.4 - 3d window effect????


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Hello all,

I was told that when you have multiple windows opened there is a keystroke combo that will allow you to basically give them a 3d effect.
Anyone know of this???

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Does anyone know how, when multiple windows are open. To basically tile the windows in a 3D like effect.
I have seen this done but I don't remember how it was done.

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Are you sure that what you saw was not simply the Fast User Switching graphics, or even the graphics of changing Desktops in VirtueDesktops???

I am not aware of any 3D "Window" graphics on OS X.





Or.... was it this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD6BiKnLzck
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RIDE...that youtube video was really cool. Good Find!
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It's pretty cool.. no real use though... BUT that is NOT OSX. It is Beryl for Linux.
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