Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 10th Oct 2010 14:17 UTC, submitted by Extend
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Yes, yes, it's that time of the year again - a new Fiona Apple album confirmed (which makes anything that happens between now and spring 2011 irrelevant and annoying), MorphOS 2.6 released (will be the next news item), and, of course, a new Ubuntu release showcasing the best of the best that the Free software world has to offer in the desktop world.
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RE: Design fail
by Agent69 on Sun 10th Oct 2010 19:49 UTC in reply to "Design fail"
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You're right. I would ask for a refund, if I were you.

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v RE[2]: Design fail
by earksiinni on Sun 10th Oct 2010 20:17 in reply to "RE: Design fail"
RE[3]: Design fail
by Radio on Sun 10th Oct 2010 20:36 in reply to "RE[2]: Design fail"
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While you were busy being snarky, Apple put in the hard work to make a pixel-perfect product

*fap fap fap fap*

There are two extra pixels on the left side! That's so important! The applet is nearly unusable!

Go back entering your wifi code in your appleTV (*left, left, left, down, click, right, up, up, up, click, right, down down...*, braindead.

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RE[3]: Design fail
by Soulbender on Mon 11th Oct 2010 02:41 in reply to "RE[2]: Design fail"
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While you were pretending to be a design expert people got on with their life and got things done with Ubuntu.

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RE[3]: Design fail
by earksiinni on Mon 11th Oct 2010 15:49 in reply to "RE[2]: Design fail"
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Before people downvote like roving idiots, they need to actually read the entire post--yes, I'm sorry to inform you that this includes links in the post. (Ugh...reading! How laborious!)

"Pixel-perfect" here refers to Apple's design process, not to their end result. I don't even own any Apple products, and I don't really care for them at all. If you read the article, however, you'll see that they have a design method called "pixel-perfect" where final mockups are determined down to the pixel and after they're approved no one, neither engineers nor designers, deviate from the mockup by even one pixel. I admire that thoroughness and consistency, and I think that Ubuntu can use more of that.

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