Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 27th Aug 2007 22:21 UTC
Mac OS X The most recent pre-release build of Apple's Mac OS X Leopard operating system began making its way into developers' hands this past weekend, carrying with it a number of interface tweaks and a lengthy list of recommended testing suggestions. Screenshots and video clips taken of the new build, labeled Mac OS X Leopard build 9A527, show Apple to have reduced the transparency of the Mac OS menubar from previous builds, making it more opaque. Some developers had argued that level of transparency in previous builds gave the software - and Mac OS desktop in general - a cheaper, more rugged look.
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RE[2]: UGLY, overdone...grey?
by thavith_osn on Tue 28th Aug 2007 12:12 UTC in reply to "RE: UGLY, overdone...grey?"
thavith_osn
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2005-07-11

You can resize the new dock. I loved Leopard when using it, but the 3d dock is not that nice compared to the one in tiger. Having said that, there is a lot to like about Leopard. I'm wondering if the 3d dock is hinting at some other 3d changes to the finder?

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RE[3]: UGLY, overdone...grey?
by Simba on Tue 28th Aug 2007 21:20 in reply to "RE[2]: UGLY, overdone...grey?"
Simba Member since:
2005-10-08

Thare are some new 3d things in the finder. but they are not really very useful.

Edited 2007-08-28 21:21

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