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Discussion in 'Mac OS X 10.7 Lion' started by iPhone1, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. iPhone1, Feb 24, 2011
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2011

    macrumors demi-god

    iPhone1

    #1
    Remove.
     
  2. Guest

    Sky Blue

    #2
    will there ever be a boy born who can swim faster then a shark?
     
  3. macrumors demi-god

    iPhone1

    #3
    Yes. His name is Phelps.
     
  4. macrumors 6502a

    #4
    Nice, but you should show some full screen stuff.
     
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    ECUpirate44

    #5
    Can you try quitting an app?
     
  6. macrumors demi-god

    iPhone1

    #6
    Apps quit like normal.
     
  7. macrumors 68000

    #7
    its a miracle, aqua is finally gone
     
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    saving107

    #8
  9. macrumors regular

    #9
    Can you show scrolling using the sidebar?
     
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    QuarterSwede

    #10
    Any reason you didn't use Quicktime to record the screen to avoid a watermark?

    Thanks for doing an actual screen capture and not video taping it like everyone else. HD would be nice though.
     
  11. macrumors G3

    TuffLuffJimmy

    #11
    Aqua is just the name of the UI guidelines and resources Apple uses in OS X. It's not gone unless they rebranded the UI. That's all it is, a branding.


    I don't think I like the change to toolbar buttons Apple made. Where the button not depressed is the current selection, that's totally backward.
     
  12. macrumors 604

    QuarterSwede

    #12
    When OS X was first shown off and released it was a certain look. That's part of the confusion.

    It actually makes sense when you see it in person. The non selected buttons are grayed out and in the background and the selected one is bold and in the foreground. The beta of Reeder for OS X actually has this look already and it works. It's just different.

    [​IMG]

    I'm just glad that the scrollbar disappears like it does in iOS. During the keynote last year it wasn't apparent that they did.
     
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    Reach9

    #13
    So is the dock positioned in default to be behind all the active windows?
    I'm really loving 10.7, i just wonder what the price would be for the upgrade from Snow Leopard..
     
  14. macrumors G3

    TuffLuffJimmy

    #14
    I get that, and I understand why Apple did it, but it doesn't really work as a metaphor for its real life counterpart of radio buttons that work the same way.

    A scrollbar free OS. That's pretty damn cool.
     
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    QuarterSwede

    #15
    Think of it more as a sliding toggle switch. I think the real question is, combined with Lion's support for retina display graphics does this foretell of a touch based Mac? If that's the case then I'm freaking STOKED!

    What I'm not too found of is the grayness of the source list and buttons. iTunes was definitely a precursor. I suppose Apple wants those elements to be in the background and not distracting. At least that would be one logical reason.
     
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    QuarterSwede

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    Mad Mac Maniac

    #17
    c'mon can't you give us more than that??? full screen apps with scrolling back and forth. using mission control with a bunch of apps open and widgets. versions... etc
     
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    Mad Mac Maniac

    #18
    yeah I saw the a bit of that at the end. you were just chatting with someone tho. haha
     
  19. macrumors 604

    QuarterSwede

    #19
    He pretty much showed it all off. Lots of little things no one is mentioning (ex. Spotlight previews).

    We can't thank you enough Jose.
     
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    kbmb

    #20
    Dying to see how Spaces is implemented in Lion.

    Can you setup 8 spaces and show how it works?

    -Kevin
     

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