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Asked 9 years, 7 months ago. Active 4 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 8k times. As a matter of fact, I don't like it! Daniel Silveira. Daniel Silveira Daniel Silveira 2 2 gold badges 10 10 silver badges 20 20 bronze badges.
Cool - didn't know about that. Open up Terminal. Chealion Maybe it doesn't works on Snow Leopard. Write open com.
A window similar to this will open: For items 34 , 35 , and 37 , set enabled to NO. Does anyone know if there is a way to disable the genie-type effects completely? Another way to apply changes is to run the following apple script: tell application "Dock" quit end tell It will quit and then restart the dock. Apple had this script on their site for awhile with other Dock scripts , although I'm not sure if it's still there. It will also let you create translucent terminal windows that look awesome though they don't completely behave themselves. After a bit of fooling around, I've discovered that minimizing or maximizing with the shift key down will display the effect in Slow Motion, as Steve Jobs did in the MacWorld Keynote Demos.
It works with all three settings, Genie, Scale, and Suck. Sure it's slower, but seeing the animation is fun for a few minutes. I found the the same three minimize graphics changes as you, but they were in the system prefs under "dock" NOTE: This may be because I have I use Check again, cause I'm not sure it has all three.
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I have to use Tinker Tool to get the third. Absolutly It is not working under Tiger! Dock mineffect genie defaults write com. Dock mineffect suck defaults write com.
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Powered by the Parse. The "genie effect" is what happens when you click the yellow "minimize" button.
You'll see your window get sucked down into the dock, as though it were being drawn into a funnel. While quite cool the first few times, some people me! Those with slower machines may also find it something of a CPU hog. Luckily, Apple included a way to change the genie effect, but chose not to put it into a GUI tool at this time.
I'm sure someone will have one written within a week, but for now, here's how you do it. Dock mineffect scale The "genie" option is normal behavior, "suck" is sort of hard to describe but it's more like a reverse twisted genie, and "scale" my personal favorite simply reduces the window equally from all sides while dropping it to the dock. To activate any of these settings, you'll need to logout and login again. Alternate genie effects 9 comments Create New Account.