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Il 03/03/2013 20:03, Camille Moulin ha scritto:

Regarding the images, they are the ones provided by Robinson (ZaReason),
except for the foot of the screen side-ways, because the perspective was
too different to be corrected.

Why don't we simply get rid of the foot? It is so small that nobody will probably notice that the screens are "floating".

I'm getting a little bit puzzled about the way the things turn: if I
read the thread correctly, the presence of the orginal foot is still a
blocker, and even the Zareason pictures are also a problem?

The screens cannot be confused with iMac screens, as they are quite different (in addition to the large lower aluminium frame, iMacs are thinner on the sides, and have no buttons).

The actual screens might be similar to MacBooks, but also to a dozen Windows laptops from ASUS, HP, Samsung and Sony, although none of the laptop screens has buttons (and of course they have a keyboard on top of the CPU, with a solid connection to the screen).

So, people who still see Macs either have never seen a Mac or want to see a Mac at any cost in any screen, just because there was something looking like a Mac in the same place (which means that we should go back to the old dull page to please them).

In my opinion, then, we should publish the pages, and consider the issue as closed.

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