Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Jan 2008 13:09 UTC, submitted by orlando james
Mac OS X The frequency at which Apple is seeding new pre-release builds of its second update to the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system is increasing rapidly, suggesting an official release may be imminent. Fresh on the heels of build 9C20, which was released as a private distribution earlier this week, the Cupertino-based Mac maker on Thursday issued its latest revision of the software update labeled Mac OS X 10.5.2 build 9C23.
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RE[2]: Feature list?
by Gorgak on Sun 27th Jan 2008 13:45 UTC in reply to "RE: Feature list?"
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Thank you for the link, interesting reading.

But please let it be that we can set the menu transparency too, not just the _menubar_ transparency. Leopard is a nice step forward in most ways, but what's with all the misplaced transparency in a lot of places?

Transparent menus are not only less clear and more ugly, they are a great way to show off your Mac Book (Pro)'s less-than-16 million color dithered screen to all your friends.

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