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Official WWDC 2004 discussion

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hoyablue    1

"Accessory widgets, and widgets that go to the web and find stuff for you.

extensible"

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hoyablue    1

"Next: Automater. Visual scripting."

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session    0
Dashboard? NO!! Tell me the screens were fake! Please!

*praying*

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Cambria    0
So, now we're up to:

-NetNewsWire

-Konfabulator

-Launchbar/QuickSilver

Whee!

Not to mention the countless other apps that have already been copied and integrated into the operating system in previous versions of OS X.

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AMD60305    2

Does anyone have any pics from WWDC 2004, like the actual event? and when is motion supposed to come out?

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Timan    554
So, now we're up to:

-NetNewsWire

-Konfabulator

-Launchbar/QuickSilver

Whee!

Now maybe those things will be usable :shifty:

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Tim Dorr    0
Does anyone have any pics from WWDC 2004, like the actual event? and when is motion supposed to come out?

"Motion will be available this summer at a breakthrough price of $299. (US)"

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hoyablue    1

" demo of automater

Easy to use. Left hand side are categories of actions.

as you click a category

the actions appear in a list below"

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Redestium    1
So, now we're up to:

-NetNewsWire

-Konfabulator

-Launchbar/QuickSilver

Whee!

Wow, that's harsh. :cry:

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AMD60305    2

There is a good side to integration of those apps into OS X, for instance, it will run if apple's specs are met, there will be 24/7 support (for most), it comes with the cost of the OS, and such

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hoyablue    1

(Automater)

"Actions can be linked ... where the results of

first action are provided to second action. (example is getting images from website

and adding to iphoto library).

then creating iDVD slideshow."

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macman87    0

i can't believe the screenshots were actually real... :o i guess apple DID "surprise" me this year

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AMD60305    2
Motion shipped months ago.

If so not to the public

"Motion Availability

Motion will be available this summer at a breakthrough price of $299. (US)"

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session    0
"Motion will be available this summer at a breakthrough price of $299. (US)"

that's awesomeness :D

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hoyablue    1

Read the link you just provided :rolleyes:

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Cambria    0
There is a good side to integration of those apps into OS X, for instance, it will run if apple's specs are met, there will be 24/7 support (for most), it comes with the cost of the OS, and such

That is definately true. I don't blame Apple for taking good ideas and running with them. There's innovation, and then there's imitation.

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macman87    0
So, now we're up to:

-NetNewsWire

-Konfabulator

-Launchbar/QuickSilver

Whee!

and nnw 2 was going to come out soon... oh i feel so bad...

not to mention launchbar 4.0

apple isn't innovating... they are stealing.. :crazy:

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hoyablue    1

BTW, puke at the dashboard...

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