Features that I take for granted on elementary OS but are annoyingly absent on macOS:

- Dock shows up when needed, without you having to summon it or it taking extra space
- Dragging an icon out of the dock to remove it
- Top panel going black when a window is maximized

1/n

- You can turn on natural scrolling for touchpad but not mouse if you need to (they don't have to be connected)
- Double-tap to drag is not buried under some obscure accessibility setting (accessibility features are just features, ffs)

2/3

- Closing all windows of an app actually quits the app; doesn't need an explicit Ctrl+Q as if I'm unsure
- You can close windows from the multitasking view
- Clicking on the date in the panel reveals calendar, not notifications (what part of that is not obvious, Apple?)

3/3

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It's always these small features and attention to detail that make me miss @elementary@twitter.com at work.

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