Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 29th Oct 2007 07:22 UTC
Mac OS X The Ars review of Leopard concludes: "What a long, strange trip it's been. Leopard turned out very differently than I imagined it would only a year ago. Despite some big disappointments near the end of its development process - the new Dock, the menu bar, more Finder floundering - the foundation is stronger than it's ever been."
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Great review
by Phuqker on Mon 29th Oct 2007 11:06 UTC
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He makes some fairly objective criticisms about some of the appearance changes, such as the translucent menu bar and the Dock. I can't argue against them, but I also don't care at all. I've never had any usability problems with Dock and I don't now, nor do I have any problems with its appearance. Same goes for the new menu bar. I do wish Apple would give people the choice to turn off the menu bar translucency, although I wouldn't do it myself. I happen to like the way it looks, consistency be damned.

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