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Old Mar 15, 2013, 07:05 PM   #51
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its a "name" they can call it what ever they want.
the question OP is asking is NOT about the naming part of the UI. is how the UI will be like in the future.

but i hope the UI will be leaner uses less resources, user friendly, increase productivity. it even if this version UI is called " your mom's house" i would still buy it. lol
Yeah, I kind of alluded to the naming aspect, but I was focused on the future of Mac OS X. Any specifics as to how you think Apple can improve the UI? I'm just curious.
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Old Mar 15, 2013, 08:07 PM   #52
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Yeah, I kind of alluded to the naming aspect, but I was focused on the future of Mac OS X. Any specifics as to how you think Apple can improve the UI? I'm just curious.
lol i'm glad we understood each other hahaha
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Old Mar 15, 2013, 11:24 PM   #53
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I would go out on the world's smallest limb and say it depends on whether they do tweaks or a full blown upgrade. They won't let 10.10 or 11 throw them off of making the OS they should make.
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Mac OS X 10.10.
10.10 = 10.1 lol
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Old Mar 16, 2013, 05:00 PM   #55
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10.10 = 10.1 lol
Wrong. That's math, not software.
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I think Mac OS 10.9 could be OS 11 itself. Think about iTunes 11: they had not reached 10.9.
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10.10 = 10.1 lol
Tell that to 10.4.11

That's no decimal point...
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Old Mar 17, 2013, 06:42 AM   #58
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I think Mac OS 10.9 could be OS 11 itself. Think about iTunes 11: they had not reached 10.9.
That's because iTunes 11 is a major update, otherwise it would be 10.10.
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What if they drop the X and just call it Mac OS?

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Old Apr 9, 2013, 08:40 PM   #61
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What if they drop the X and just call it Mac OS?

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They did. :facepalm:
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Old Apr 10, 2013, 12:33 AM   #62
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Any specifics as to how you think Apple can improve the UI? I'm just curious.
Here's a big one: allow any resizeable windows of an application to merge together into tabs. Make those tabs part of the title bar (like in Google Chrome) or an extension that can't conflict with any custom design. That would be revolutionary, since so far, it depended on each application to merge windows together into tabs.
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Here's a big one: allow any resizeable windows of an application to merge together into tabs. Make those tabs part of the title bar (like in Google Chrome) or an extension that can't conflict with any custom design. That would be revolutionary, since so far, it depended on each application to merge windows together into tabs.
That sounds amazing! Does this exist in another OS elsewhere, or did you come up with the idea yourself?
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That sounds amazing! Does this exist in another OS elsewhere, or did you come up with the idea yourself?
It's possible someone implemented it in some free desktop environment, but I don't know. I just saw some applications use it, and thought it would be useful to generalize. Anyway, it may appear "bloated" to Apple's point of view, if combined with some applications which already have implemented their own tabbing, such as Chrome or Terminal.
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Old Apr 10, 2013, 06:13 AM   #65
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Maybe.. just maybe they will call it OS XI
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Three pages full of assumptions about what the next version will be called ? Seriously ?

Let's just agree that nobody has an idea, and we will know it when we have to know it
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I am wondering why has not released their DP of 10.9. Are they waiting for WWDC? Or polishing?
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I am wondering why has not released their DP of 10.9. Are they waiting for WWDC? Or polishing?
I hope they don't until they have ML up and running like it should be from the beginning (or at least after 10.8.3). I really don't understand the rush.
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