Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 21st Oct 2007 10:59 UTC, submitted by PowerMacX
Mac OS X Apple posted a Leopard guided tour video, in the same format as the earlier iPhone and iPod Touch guided tours. It mentions the new Finder, stacks, Time Machine, Quick Look, Spaces, and so on. In Quicktime, of course.
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ubuntu vs. OS X
by JohnMG on Sun 21st Oct 2007 22:22 UTC
JohnMG
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2005-07-06

I'm a happy Ubuntu GNU/Linux user, but must admit that OS X is now looking pretty tempting. For one thing: "Spaces" -- glad to see OS X now has virtual desktop workspaces. Another thing is that Apple now seems to support the Python-Cocoa binding (or "bridge" as they're calling it).

Preview.app's pdf "annotations" feature looks pretty neat as well.

Also, looks like TextEdit supports ODF .odt files now.

Still, dunno if I could handle the downgrade from Ubuntu.

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RE: ubuntu vs. OS X
by aliquis on Sun 21st Oct 2007 22:33 in reply to "ubuntu vs. OS X"
aliquis Member since:
2005-07-23

Downgrade? Yeah right...

Yes, textedit is supposed to handle bort odt and whateverxmlcraptastic2007wordimbadocumentspecs5000+pagesformat is called.

Before using OS X I thought the fact it lagged virtual desktops was very weird and lame, but since using it I have never had a need for it thanks to exposť.

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