With the launch of iTunes 11 this morning, I spent a while exploring the new interface. I really like what Apple did with the window buttons (close, minimize). I'm getting tired of the glossy buttons that Mac has been using forever and I think its time to retire them. Applying the fullscreen icon style to the close and minimize button would really tie the UI together and be one of the final steps towards kicking gloss out of OS X.
6 months ago
yep I like it too.. but on iTunes, when the window minimized, the icon for make it full screen & space between the X icon are just too close. and too small IMO
Good idea but I will put on the right side of the browser not on the left side like you did.
It's a little dangerous having the close and back buttons so close together, but I like the concept.
Agree with @Nathan Walker
A little more space and this would be sweet.
@Jeremy Jones You mean like Windows?
@Nathan Walker @Lewis Bell Hm you're right. There's a reason the current stoplight buttons are the size they are!
I really like the idea of dropping the stoplights from OS X. It seems like they've outgrown their use. The Red one either hides or actually kills the app depending on which app it is, the yellow one essentially also hides it but puts a little icon of it on the dock, and the green one is just a mess. A redesign is sorely needed, I think, and this is a good approach to it. Although I agree with @Nathan Walker, Too small buttons, and more space between them. Otherwise, great!
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