Customize Your New OS With Mountain Tweaks 1.0

Customize Your New OS With Mountain Tweaks 1.0

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If you've upgraded to OS X Mountain Lion you may want to check out Mountain Tweaks 1.0 which lets you customize your installation by changing hidden settings.

After the success with Lion Tweaks, helping hundreds of thousands of users in OS X Lion – Mountain Tweaks is set to do the same with Mountain Lion. The release focus on a user friendly user-interface, even more tweaks and the ability to do simple maintenance on your Mac – we think this makes it the best tweaking tool for Mac, ever!

Available tweaks:
● Show/Hide the user Library folder.
● Change to a 2D or 3D dock.
● Enable/Disable system window animation.
● Enable/Disable mail reply animation.
● Remove/Add Reading List Icon in Safari.
● Enable/Disable Spelling Correction.
● Enable/Disable repeating keys.
● Enable/Disable permanent scrollbars.
● Show Hidden Files.
● Disable Crash Dialog Pop-Up.
● Get a new Stack List View.
● Highlight Stack items on mouseover.
● Change iCal leather interface to aluminium
● Change Address Book leather interface to aluminium
● Disable resume for a single app
● Enable the hidden FTP-server
● Customize Launchpad folder background
● Disable local Time Machine Backups
● Enable Airdrop on old hardware
● Enable colours in the Finder sidebar
● Enable iTunes Dock Animation
● Enable TRIM support in Lion
● Enable secret iCal debug-menu
● Remove Spotlight icon
● Disable gatekeeper
● Highlight non-retina images
● Remove leather from Contacts (ML)
● Remove leather from Calendar (ML)

You can download Mountain Tweaks 1.0 for free from the link below; however, donations are appreciated.

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Customize Your New OS With Mountain Tweaks 1.0

Customize Your New OS With Mountain Tweaks 1.0

Customize Your New OS With Mountain Tweaks 1.0

Rubinsztein - July 31, 2012 at 1:36am
Whilst a TRIM-support option for Lion-users with no knowledge of UNIX-commands is a good idea, It shouldn't be beyond the developer to offer the same for Mountain Lion. Actually, only by reading this post did I realise the need to re-patch TRIM functionality for Mountain Lion. More's the annoyance. :S
Nir Hus - July 30, 2012 at 8:26pm
Enable Air drop on old hardware - does this really work??? If so, defenetly will donate for the tweak. Dr Nir Hus MD., PhD. General Surgery, Trauma Surgical Critical Care.
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