|Feb 14, 2009, 03:57 AM||#3|
Apple has a bunch of different style they use, some of which break their own interface guidelines. However, in general plus and usually minus buttons are pretty standard to find underneath tables, I think common enough that most people now know it means "add a new item of the type found in this table" (a row), or "delete the selected items in the table". Sometimes you will find a plus button that adds existing items, for example opens up a dialog for you to choose files to add.
Go outside, the graphics are amazing!
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