On that same note, it sure would be nice if the drawer
like Mail, iTunes, Yojimbo, skEdit and many other sweeet Cocoa apps
that let you resize the drawer by dragging its dividing line rather
than its edge. For example in iTunes, if I can't see the full name
of the playlist, I can just drag the line inward a bit, read the
thing that was truncated, then move the line back. Done. In TM if
I need to make the drawer wider, I have to start by dragging the
entire application window to make room for the drawer to open
wider. Not a huge deal, but definitely detracts from the overall
usability and slickness of TM.
In iTunes, Mail, etc, it's not actually a drawer (:
I don't think I've resized the TM project drawer yet...
</my 2 cents>
Also, just out of curiosity... Does anyone out there actually use
the drawer on the right side of the app window?
I use it on both sides, actually. I have two screens, my 20" iMac's
screen and a 21" CRT hooked up to it; all my code goes on the iMac
screen (of course (: ), with two projects on the left side with their
drawers on the right, two projects on the right side with their
drawers on the left, and two files (not projects) in the middle.
That's max usage of course, but it's quite pleasant to work with.