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A new crop of Leopard screenshots has recently hit the net showing off several new features in the upcoming version of OSX. The feature I’m most excited about is a new tabbed interface for Terminal.App which is sure to make a lot of command line warriors […]

A new crop of Leopard screenshots has recently hit the net showing off several new features in the upcoming version of OSX. The feature I’m most excited about is a new tabbed interface for Terminal.App which is sure to make a lot of command line warriors happy. Also shown are new screensavers, Bluetooth options, and parental controls.

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  1. Looks like the iTerm folks are the next target of the idea quicksand that is Apple.

  2. Why, anon? Because they have tabs in a Terminal?

    That isn’t as egregious as Windowshade or Sherlock/Watson :)

  3. Screenshot on Flickr has been removed by the author :)

    Tabs on terminal is not new, Linux terminal such as GTerm has it long long time ago.

  4. Soooo… did anyone happen to save these images? :)

  5. Where are these “amazing” pictures.

  6. I was hoping for a real Leopard UI screenshots. Bah!

  7. SomosMac – Yo soy un Mac ¿Y tú, qué eres? » Nuevos pantallazos de ‘Leopard’ Thursday, January 25, 2007

    [...] Fuentes: AppleSfera y The Apple Blog “Apple debería cambiar sus prioridades” lo dice Charles Wolf [...]

  8. Gordon Anderson Thursday, January 25, 2007

    Kuswanto, nobody claimed Apple invented a tabbed Terminal app.

    Some people can still rightly get exited it has been added to Apples product.

    and who cares about some obscure OS nobody uses anyway?

  9. >and who cares about some obscure OS nobody uses anyway?

    I use it !

    Gnome Terminal on Linux for _years_ and all my colleagues and we are paid for that.

    and some people there tell me “who cares about your obscure Macintosh nobodies use anyway ?”

    weird, as all our computer-graphists students, where I’m working for, are using macintosh…

    so: YEAH WE CARE !

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