Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard build 9A241 leaked


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crazzyyfool

Wow. The Keynote icon. You can almost read whats written on that report. ;)

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myNando

Those are some really beautiful icons!

OOoohhhhhh. What a stunning icon. If i'm not careful, all these icons are almost orgasmic. :blush:

They're not "almost" to me!

:climaxes:

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.Neo

They're not "almost" to me!

:climaxes:

eeww :x

/considers removing images.

:laugh:

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myNando
eeww :x

/considers removing images.

:laugh:

LOL!!!!

Sorry I got you on the ear, dude! :blink: j/k :rofl:

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crazzyyfool
Those are some really beautiful icons!

They're not "almost" to me!

:climaxes:

LOL. :D :p :whistle: :rofl:

That made me chuckle. ;)

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iigloo

OMFG! Show us more icons neowave! They are awesome!

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.Neo

These extra four were the only ones I could find:

Time Machine

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Spotlight

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Spaces

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Expos?>

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Timan

Expose and Spaces icons just suck, though that time machine one is pretty slick.

Also if you have a look in the menu items, they're pdfs now instead of tiffs (volume, wifi, bt, battery)

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.Neo

Is it just me or is Expos?'s overlay much darker than on 10.4 Tiger?

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myNando
Expose and Spaces icons just suck, though that time machine one is pretty slick.

I agree w/ you. Time Machine's icon is very nice! Hopefully, the Expose & Spaces icons aren't he final versions. lol

I didn't even know Expos? had an icon. LOL!

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Southern Patriot

Wow. The Keynote icon. You can almost read whats written on that report. ;)

If you zoom in on it, it appears to be that pseudo language that the placeholder text in Keynote and Pages is written in.

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myNando
Is it just me or is Expos?'s overlay much darker than on 10.4 Tiger?

Oh yeah!...how odd. I mean, why would they do that?

You know what would be kind of cool? If when in Expos? mode, the background also gets blurred. LOL!

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hotdog666al

Oh yeah!...how odd. I mean, why would they do that?

You know what would be kind of cool? If when in Expos? mode, the background also gets blurred. LOL!

That would be a bit pointless... but it would look cool, I agree.

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sn00pie

Nope. Mac OS X Leopard actually does those automatically now when capturing a window. Nice huh?

I noticed that Windows Vista's screenshot making tool still sees the entire Desktop and it's windows as one flat image. Pretty amazing that the Mac OS X interface is actually layered and can be captured as such.

That's just awesome, you learn something new and amazing everyday in the Mac world. :D

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.Neo

Oh yeah!...how odd. I mean, why would they do that?

You know what would be kind of cool? If when in Expos? mode, the background also gets blurred. LOL!

They should blur stuff behind the Dock.

Btw, does anyone have some theories of why Apple's incorporating the Unified Brushed style into individual applications (and placing it's resources in every application bundle) instead of just making it part of Extras(2).rsrc?

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myNando
That would be a bit pointless... but it would look cool, I agree.

Actually, I take it back. IMO, it would not be good to blur the background...or maybe it's alright...::confused:: lol

mock-up:

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blurrier background:

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sn00pie

Nope. Mac OS X Leopard actually does those automatically now when capturing a window. Nice huh?

I noticed that Windows Vista's screenshot making tool still sees the entire Desktop and it's windows as one flat image. Pretty amazing that the Mac OS X interface is actually layered and can be captured as such.

You can actually take a screenshot of the application/folder your focused in by pressing Alt + Print Screen. I just found that out :D

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(Windows XP)

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sundayx

ohmigawd can anyone put those icons in png so i can use em on my dock?

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.Neo

You can actually take a screenshot of the application/folder your focused in by pressing Alt + Print Screen. I just found that out :D

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(Windows XP)

I know. But it's not nearly as sophisticated as on Mac OS X where every interface element (Desktop background, Dock, Menubar, Menu Extras, independent windows, Dashboard widgets, Dashboard/Expos? overlay, Desktop/Dock icons etc.) can be captured with preservation of transparency:

Weather widget>

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Desktop icon>

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Menubar Spotlight section>

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Menubar Menu Extras section>

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As you can see it isn't really comparable with what Windows does.

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allan.nyholm

Thanks Neowave for showing off those high-res images of the various apps. They sure look fine. Now Expos? and Spaces doesn't look too bad. And that Safari icon = yummy:))

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.Neo

Sure np. If some of you want me to I can export those 512x512 px sizes to .png and post them here (with transparency).

Looks like Automator is getting an overhaul too:

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sn00pie

I know. But it's not nearly as sophisticated as on Mac OS X where every interface element (Desktop background, Dock, Menubar, Menu Extras, independent windows, Dashboard widgets, Dashboard/Expos? overlay, Desktop/Dock icons etc.) can be captured with preservation of transparency:

As you can see it isn't really comparable with what Windows does.

Haha, yea there's no comparison, it's just I didn't know that you could even do that in Windows.:laugh::

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.Neo

hehe, I discoverd it few years back by accident.

Some additional fixes/extras I found:

  • Application/File/Folder titles displayed above the Dock are no long cut off at the bottom when using some characters like "g", "p", "q", "y" etc. (finally!)
  • Safari has movable tabs. They shift around the same way as bookmarks in the Bookmarks bar and Dock icons.
  • When dragging a tab from it's tabbar and releasing it on the Desktop it changes into a second window;
  • or you can drag it to another Safari window to place it in that tab bar instead.
  • Safari's scrollbars automatically scroll when something you're typing goes off the visible window area.

This is how it looks when dragging the tab?around outside the tab bar:

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I posted a better description here:

http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?act=...#entry587791811

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myNando
  • Safari's scrollbars automatically scroll when something you're typing goes off the visible window area.

How do you mean? I don't understand your vision. lol

Hey Neowave,

If you were to Option-Command-+ (zoom in), will the screen get zoomed in vector or will it still show up pixelated?

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