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Chapter 39. Using the Classic Environment > Classic and Mac OS X Together

Classic and Mac OS X Together

When you open a Classic application, the Dock will keep you linked to Mac OS X, as you can see in the example below. Even if you choose to hide the Dock, when you move your mouse into that area the Dock will appear, even while you work in the Classic environment. It’s great. You can jump back and forth all day long with the click of a button.


Here on my monitor you can see the Dock from Mac OS X, with my pages open in InDesign 1.5 in the Classic environment (although now I use version 2.0 in OS X). I hold down the Option key and click on the Finder icon in the Dock, and instantly I’m back in OS X and InDesign is hidden (it’s hidden because I hold down the Option key when I clicked on the Finder icon).



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