alansky wrote: »
The article does not explicitly mention OS X text when it talks about "a plurality of attributes for graphical user interface objects". Presumably, all OS X text, icons and other graphic elements would be similarly resized on the fly to accommodate a higher-resolution screen. All I can say is that I've been waiting for resolution-independent type since the early 90's, so it's about time!
The fonts are TrueType vector objects which are inherently resolution-independent.
Well, having bought iMovie and found that it couldn't see movie files on the SD card I took out of my Sony camcorder, I certainly thought it was either restrictive, or shite, depending on your point of view.
Still, only $5, if you don't like it you don't have to buy Apple, etc. etc.
Use Reel Director to convert the file.
If your clueless to what im refering to plase do the folowing simple os X task on your ipad:
1. Take good pictures of a product (yes with a good SLR CAMERA = not ipad)
2. Edit pictures eg. put and a watermark on them
3. upload them to your site
4. not use a PC nor Mac os X machine for this SIMPLE task...
Extremely easy to accomplish. I guess you look foolish now.
Or another one...
Attach a archive of your last years articles from your ipad favorite "file manager" (ifile doesnt count)
Illiterately written, so I can't really say without some clarification.