I don't see this anywhere ... iTunes using old close/minimize bubbles


macrumors 6502
Original poster
I just realized (from a screenshot I took) that iTunes is using the old bubbles for closing and minimizing. I was looking through the shots to make sure the links worked when I noticed it. Is this how it is for everyone?

Here's a link to my screen shot: http://blog.mntcomputers.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/picture-2.png

PS. I still like leopard even if they are missing one set of bubbles :)

Taylor C

macrumors 6502a
May 27, 2007
iTunes uses its own resource files, its always been weird like that. Expect that it'll be fixed soon in an update.


macrumors 68020
May 7, 2003
Saint Augustine, FL
I assume it does this because there's as much common code as possible between iTunes and it's Windows counterpart. So, iTunes likely has it's own GUI entirely, just to remain consistent. Apple hasn't really updated iTunes since Leopard, and as mentioned, expect it to happen.

... along with iPhone Notes syncing. :)
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