Access Debug Options in Desktop System Preferences
You can access two unusual debugging options in the Mac OS X System Preferences by holding down the Command+Option keys while clicking on the “Desktops & Screen Savers” preference pane. The first button “TEST” doesn’t seem to do anything, but the “DEBUG WINDOW” opens an inspector window that gives you information about the desktop background you choose and settings pertaining to it.
We actually got this tip in reference to Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, but I tried it out in 10.6.7 and it works the same. Is there any use of these options? Probably not for most of us, but it’s kind of fun to see leftovers from development still hanging around in the OS.