According to a report from 9to5Mac, back in February 2011 it was announced that Front Row, the built-in OS X app used for viewing media on your Mac, will not be ported to Lion. However, a man by the name of Ralph Perdomo has put together quite a simple guide for getting Front Row on OS X Lion. The trick? Just copy and paste the essential files from Snow Leopard to Lion, and everything should be cross-compatible. We’re not sure why Front Row wasn’t made for Lion; although it certainly wasn’t the most popular feature that OS X had, I used it a couple of times and was pretty pleased. Except for dual monitor issues.
The files that you must copy and paste are:
And that’s it! According to 9to5Mac, this works perfectly, although a restart is required.
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