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by Aaron Tait — Mar 21
I agree. I always thought that each computing platform deserves to have its own unique style of user interface. The Mac needs extra attention because of the amazing technologies you can leverage by creating a Cocoa app.
But the Mac isn't the only platform that deserves special treatment. I am currently in the process of developing a multiplaform application, but I have decided that it would be worth my while to write separate and unique implementations for not only Mac OS X, but for Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Gnome. Each platform is unique and has its own set of UI guidelines.
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