Linked by Marcus on Tue 23rd Nov 2004 18:46 UTC
OpenStep, GNUstep Yes, the legendary GUI design study which has never been officially released by NeXT in the past and you will hardly find any information on the web - except of a single screenshots and some info on the newsgroups. Well, I did a small video running NEXTSTEP/OPENSTEP 4 BETA on Virtual PC 2004.
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OPENSTEP and more
by zeph on Wed 24th Nov 2004 12:09 UTC

I liked OPENSTEP 4.2, had it installed on my PC back in 98, 99 but it was sorta useless to me at the time, since I had just dialup, and it was essentially impossible to get my modem working with it.

I also had Rhapsody DR2 (through a developer at a place I worked), totally loved it, and I still sorta wish they kept the GUI from that (but added a real desktop rather than the DR2 desktop which was just a bunch of symlinks). There are themes and theming engines out there, but they can be sort of unsafe last I checked (a while ago).