If only...They’ve brought 3D back.
Look how faint/washed-out the screens look. WHY! What is the point of making the content and controls so dam* hard to see, as if there’s a pixel conservation issue in the world.If only...
I sincerely hope Apple introduces a grey-chrome window to go with the white and black chrome already available. While I generally prefer the new glyphs, I hate the way the slap them without any visual cues of what's a button.Look how faint/washed-out the screens look. WHY! What is the point of making the content and controls so dam* hard to see, as if there’s a pixel conservation issue in the world.
How is making the screen content low-contrast and washed-out a step in the positive direction functionally for anyone?
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Now this is just asinine. What the heck is wrong with providing clear, obvious, helpful context as done with 10.15.
HOW IS THE macOS 11 WAY BETTER? WHAT WAS BROKEN BEFORE? CAN ANYONE GIVE A CONCRETE REASON OTHER THAN “WE’RE OFFERING SOMETHING DIFFERENT.”
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This is complete BS if you think it's going to be better. I knew this was coming too back in 2012, BUT I didn't want it. The point is we need a segregation between mobile and desktop devices. Desktop systems need complete openness in terms of being able to troubleshoot, diagnose issues (the system logging is in the can with Mojave and Catalina), and kernel extensions that are robust and fully manipulative of the system.I know these growing pains are going to be hard. but I called this years ago.. this merger into one os.. one platform to rule them all.. Is just going to be unmatched by any supplier... its going to take things to an entirely differently level..
After seeing the UI in more detail I really dislike it.If only...
After seeing the UI in more detail I really dislike it.
This is what alert/dialog boxes now look like... 🤢
And controls with tick marks have gone from this...
To this... 🤮