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  1. phil
    Feb 08 - 9:52 am

    i hope it’s not, because that calendar doesn’t look too slick in my opinion. :P

  2. Dante
    Feb 08 - 10:21 am

    Looks a lot like GNOME to me…eurgh!

  3. Brian
    Feb 08 - 10:24 am

    I got one few days ago and noticed the different look as well. I have a suspicion that one of the “top secret” new things is a new interface style. Maybe this is a hint to that.

  4. Michael
    Feb 08 - 10:35 am

    Yeah, I agree that I hope that isn’t the actual new interface…I just thought the lack of Aqua look was worth noting.

  5. Neven
    Feb 08 - 1:48 pm

    The window shown in the invitation isn’t exactly feature-full, but at least one element of it will almost certainly make it to the new UI (if there is one) – the glassy, rounded selection. It’s not much of a change, though. I’m still banking on a system-wide switch to Helvetica.

    …and hoping that window bevel doesn’t happen to all windows. Yikes!

  6. Crustibooga
    Feb 08 - 2:21 pm

    Blimey! I think that’s loking a bit too deep. However if this is some sort of hint to a new interface design, it’s absolute cheese! Childish, unprofessional, low, low quality design. I think you need to look at apps like Aperture’s full screen mode for more of a hint of future UI design. But then again what do I know?

  7. Piko
    Feb 08 - 6:37 pm

    Perhaps this is a harbinger of things to come (as in the resolution independent display)?

    http://developer.apple.com/leopard/overview/

    Piko

  8. Hep
    Feb 08 - 11:35 pm

    Interesting. You may not have noticed, but the edge of the calendar window is very similar to the edge of the new Leopard X.

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