Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard build 9A241 leaked


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i dont even own a mac and this is most popular thread i've started lol :)

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i dont even own a mac and this is most popular thread i've tarted lol :)

and with that I can see that this thread will have a very short future. :rofl:

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Is Leopard even at "Beta" yet? I thought it was just a technology preview...

It's a new OS version carrying a next generation build number that's still in development. So yeah that would be considered a beta.

7Axxx = v10.3 Panther

8Axxx = v10.4 Tiger

9Axxx = v10.5 Leopard

Does it really matter how it's called? Regardless what label you give it, at the end of the day it's still an unfinished product that's likely to undergo further changes.

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Leopard seems to actually contain a resolution independent UI. As you can see most of the control buttons are vectored but the titlebar background isn't yet.

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Looks like Apple is beating Microsoft to it.

Source: http://www.aeroxp.org/board/index.php?showtopic=5209

Nice! :cool:

Then again, Tiger doesn't look too bad when scaled up. It get's pixelated (since all the controls are raster images), but everything stays in proportion. Text resizes properly. But try scaling Opera or FF, they look like complete crap.

EDIT: Are those large icons still raster or are they PDF/SVG/<other vector format>?

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Finder, Expose and TimeMachine icons - PNG with Transparent.

What more do you guys want?

Cheers

Edit: Expose and Finder attached.. Timemachine hosted on ImageShack..

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Finder, Expose and TimeMachine icons - PNG with Transparent.

What more do you guys want?

Cheers

Edit: Expose and Finder attached.. Timemachine hosted on ImageShack..

You beast! Thanksyou.

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Some guys wanted Pages.

The Pages icon has aleady been posted in this thread by Neowave.

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The Pages icon has aleady been posted in this thread by Neowave.

My bad. I thought it was posted in a preview window like most of the others. (Y)

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My bad. I thought it was posted in a preview window like most of the others. (Y)

Oh. Actually. Looking back. It has. My bad. Sorry. Doh! :rolleyes:

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Safari, Spotlight, Acessibility, Mail, iPhoto, Control Panel, Dashboard, iChat, and if there is one of Leopard disc

MANY THANKS

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My bad. I thought it was posted in a preview window like most of the others. (Y)

Nope, I've posted the Pages and Keynote ones with transparency. Below the rest. ;)

Time Machine

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Safari

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Expos?>

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Finder>

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iChat>

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Spotlight>

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Spaces>

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Neowave its alpha:pp

Where does it say that?

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I should probably know this, but what do people mean by "resolution independant"

This is a great thread, feel so excited :D

It means the operating system's GUI will work and look "correct" at any resolution.

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I should probably know this, but what do people mean by "resolution independent"

It means you can scale the entire resolution (like you would with your Desktop/folder icons) to whatever size you want without loosing quality. On high resolution/dpi screens current interfaces will become too small for practical usage, a resolution independent interface can scale bigger to correct that problem.

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That Safari icon is stunning at that size. :yes: :woot:

It means you can scale the entire resolution (like you would with your Desktop/folder icons) to whatever size you want without loosing quality. On high resolution/dpi screens current interfaces will become too small for practical usage, a resolution independent interface can scale bigger to correct that problem.

Does that mean it would still work on LCD displays that can only really work well at their native resolution?

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