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What's the problem with Windows? Wouldn't Mac be the same then?

On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 6:54 PM, David Nelson <commerce@traduction.biz>wrote:

Hi Clayton, :-)

Well, with the brown window frames, it actually looks not dissimilar
to Ubuntu, so that would be fine. But probably you can configure a Mac
to meet that same "constraint", too. I was just thinking about
avoiding breaking visually too much with the existing screenshots, but
it's not a big issue. The only *real* constraint is avoiding Windows
screenshots except where we can't.

David Nelson

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