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Le 13-03-01 07:05 PM, Italo Vignoli a écrit :
This is the right page, without the Apple looking monitors.

That's strange. When I scroll right to see the two other screens, they
are exactly like iMacs except no logo. Now I notice the first one is the
only one with buttons. It is in fact design by the OEM to look very
similar to iMacs.

Regarding the monitors, it's my opinion this is worse. They are still
clearly recognizable but have buttons, which doesn't really address
previous concerns and modifies Apple's design. I am not even sure Apple
couldn't send a takedown notice since you're deriving their design for
other uses.

These monitors are completely different from iMacs, and cannot be
exchanged for iMacs (which have a completely different design, with a
different border, no buttons, a different foot, and are thinner on the

If someone wants to see an iMac in one of these monitors is for two
reasons: either he has never seen an iMac, which is possible, or he is
against any renovation of the home page (which was definitely in dire
need of renovation).

Twice now I've given feedback, made research, given alternatives in
constructive ways and now this.

If this is how contributions are met, why bother asking? I didn't
realize this was a club. I am done here. Good bye.


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Fabian Rodriguez

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