.Neo, on 29 November 2012 - 22:48, said:
Dude seriously, if you're trying to look smart here let me be the first one to break the news: You don't.
Everything points to iTunes 11 being iTunes 10 with an updated interface. From the Preferences window still being non-standard to all the resources being packed in iTunes.rsrc.
Not everything point's to a re-skin and i'm a person that has made 3 skins and updated them for each version for iTunes for the past 2 years. The .rsrc file is used for mostly all of the OS X applications, Photoshop, Final cut and even Finder itself, this is standard coding procedure for OS X apps and allows the UX designer to easily modify the files for the interface of the program. The preference window is standard looking like should be, it matches system wide for all of the OS X apps, so i don't understand your complaint here. The binary execuatable file has been rewritten somewhat and is what caused the delay to begin with which is included in this WSJ
The new iTunes has been delayed a month by engineering issues that required parts to be rebuilt
So you should just leave it alone and enjoy this free
piece of software that the people @ Apple worked very hard on to deliver to you.