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by Daniel — Sep 26
After using this for more than a year, I can tell you I'm really excited about how much more polished the process of creating and editing user interfaces feels in Leopard.

This annoys me a bit. Here I am mucking about with creaky old IB 2, trying to do *standard things* because I wasn't privileged enough to get a copy of Leopard from the WWDC over a year ago. It's like there's an elite class of Mac users out there who have access to all this wonderful stuff (and they can't talk about it because of the NDA) while Apple leaves the rest of us to use artificially-crummy tools because they want everyone to upgrade to Leopard on day one. Which is fair enough...except Leopard is delayed. Grrr.

XCode 3.0 and the new Interface builder have been feature-complete for over a year now. At least on Windows I can try out the latest Dev tools without upgrading to Vista.

(end rant)
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