Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 28th Jul 2007 21:05 UTC
OpenStep, GNUstep "The Etoile project is pleased to announce the release of version 0.2 of the Etoile User Environment for UNIX-like systems. The Etoile project aims to produce a user environment for desktop and small form-factor devices, with tight integration between components. The 0.2 release is primarily targeted at developers interested in a GNUstep-based environment. This release includes improvements to the Camaelon theme engine, providing a clean and modern appearance to GNUstep-based applications. This is combined with the Etoile Menu Server, providing a horizontal menu bar similar to that found in Mac OS, and making this the first Etoile release with enough features in place to be usable on a daily basis." There are screenshots too.
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beos vs. rhapsody
by puenktchen on Tue 31st Jul 2007 11:55 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: +/- floating menu"
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> In that screen shot? Look at the title bar on the floating menu - it is a
> "tab" like those of BeOS. That is what I read from that comment (having
> also come to the same conclusion when viewing the image.) IIRC,
> Rhapsody was created *after* BeOS too.

the tab, i see. but it's a tab on a floating menu and not on a window like in beos. anyway, it's a cosmetic detail and nothing fundamental.

a comparison of menu-systems from the time before rhapsody (1999 - sorry gnome & kde!):

obviously from a macuser, but still not all bad! ;-)

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