Linked by Adam S on Mon 11th Feb 2008 22:09 UTC, submitted by SK8T
Mac OS X Today, Apple has released the much anticipated Mac OS X 10.5.2. The hefty combo update weighs in at almost 350MB, but it can also be downloaded via Software Update. The updates includes general operating system improvements that enhance the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, as well as imrpoved Back to My Mac support, new view for Dock based folders, and much more.
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Menu transparency
by Gorgak on Wed 13th Feb 2008 00:04 UTC
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Menus look a lot nicer with their increased opacity. That was one of my pet peeves. Perhaps in the next release they will be even more opaque, and even more readable? Who knows. One thing I do know is that Apple isn't interested in letting me decide for myself.

I almost feel like I should apologize for always posting negative comments about OS X, but I suppose I get worked up about things like this because OS X is so sound architecturally, and I do kind of like it, but there are many small things ("one liners") that, if this was a more open system, would be easy to fix. I think what Apple is doing is that they want a Mac user to be able to sit down at any Mac anywhere and just work, and know where everything is - like you can operate any car if only you've learned the basics once. The problem, of course, is that people are different, and want to be able to customize their work environment.

Enough ranting, this update seems like a step in the right direction and I will continue to explore it right now.

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