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Lion's Launchpad on Leopard and Snow Leopard

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Launchpad is a tiny application that brings Lion's Launchpad feature to Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6. At its very first run, all installed applications are gonna be located and automaticaly included in Launchpad. The user can set an app as a favorite and access it directly from a favorite's tray. It also allows the user to find an application with a real time search system.

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  • Simple and lightweight Launchpad application.
  • Set favorite Applications.
  • Real time Application search.
  • Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x, 10.6.x and 10.7.x
  • Free.
  • Hit F7 to open Launchpad.
  • Hit Command + F7 to find applications
  • Requires Adobe AIR 2.6 or later


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