I've installed today the Front Row update on my non iSight iMac (remember http://www.andrewescobar.com/frontrow/); i was really happy but thi update is a catastrophe, i really advice OS X users not to install it, here are the issues I had:
* menu bar icons disappeared
* System Preferences Crashes
* mouse speed reset to default (can't change it back, because the System Pref crashes)
* Finder is really slower
Indeed Andrew Escobat the author of the site says "Still in Beta: Enabler 1.2.1 is still in beta, and should be assumed to be in beta until this notice is removed. Use it at you on discretion."
So, I've uninstalled just like Andrew Escobar's Uninstall Front Row:
"Delete Front Row (/System/Library/CoreServices/Front Row.app)
Install/reinstall the the latest Mac OS X Update Combo.
This article assumes you haven’t tried installing Front Row before without the use of Enabler. If you have used one of the very early versions of Front Row (ones installed without Enabler):
Delete Front Row (/System/Library/CoreServices/Front Row.app)
Delete the preference file (/System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.frontrow.plist)
Remove any Login Items that launch Front Row (System Preferences >Accounts >User >Login Items)
Disable any shortcuts managed by third-party applications that launched Front Row.
Reboot and reinstall."
Labels: Tips and How To
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