Check this out. In Finder, when you want to rename a file you generally click to select the file, then click again to highlight the filename ready for renaming. Previously, this would highlight the entire filename, so if deleting or backspacing, you’d erase the whole file name including the extension.
In Leopard, when you do this, it highlights just the name of the file, not including the extension, making changing the filename, but not the extension really easy, check it out:
Here’s a really neat trick for those of you who like to have a certain app on all of your spaces.
Go into your spaces prefs, add an app to to the “application assignments” section. Choose “Every Space” next to the app and from now on when you launch a particular application it will follow you to each space you navigate to. Excellent for iChat or Skype!
I’m not sure if this was in Tiger or not, I don’t remember seeing it!
When you right-click a file in finder or on your desktop, you’ll see a new menu item at the bottom “more”. Scroll to “more” and you’ll see more menu items like “Automator” and “Send <filename> To”, etc.
I’ve always liked the way I can bluetooth a file in windows using right-click “send to”, and send a file to another device. Looks like this is possible right in finder now! I managed to send a file from my Mac desktop to my cell phone without touching the menu bar or bluetooth ‘send file’ app, etc. Way Cool!