Disable the menu option: ‘Go ▸ Go to folder’ in the Mac OS X Finder menubar.
The OS X Dock is centered along the bottom of the screen, with OS X Terminal you can pin the Dock into the corner of your Mac’s screen. This method works with both 2D & 3D versions of the Dock.
If you don’t like the new notification center feature in Mac OS X 10.8, you can disable it (for all users on system level) with the following defaults write command.
When receiving e-mails containing HTML code in OS X Mail, you will notice that some e-mail messages comes with very small text. With this default write command it’s possible to set the minimum font size for text in HTML e-mails. In some cases changing the size of text will break the layout.
The ‘Simple Finder mode’ hides desktop files, and won’t let anyone open a new Finder window. Only applications in the Dock can be launched. Note that Spotlight can still be used for launching items. This command could be a nice alternative for setting up restrictions without a guest user account. Click Finder ▸ Run Full Finder, and then type in your admin password to start Finder in normal mode.
It’s possible to disable the rounded window corners while playing a movie in QuickTime, use the following command to disable them.
By default, mouse focus for Terminal is determined by clicking on the desired window, but it is often more convenient to have the focus automatically follow the mouse to any Terminal window.