DJGM wrote:Put it this way, if Netscape 8.x.x was available for Mac OS X (like it should be) would the Fusion theme conform to the hallowed Apple Human Interface Guidelines at all?
I would prefer Netscape 8.x for OS X (if it releases) use native OS X interface.
According to Apple Human Interface Guidelines
, customised skins are allowed, but OS X's native style is preferred. In other words, we don't need any *themes*.
From the earlier builds of Netscape 7.x for Mac, entire interface and dialogues are all XUL, which is fine, but was very hard to have all the behaviours required by OS X.
Using native skins is faster in windows drawing.
As for the Fusion theme, Apple Human Interface Guidelines
does not say you can't put a logo on the left-hand side. However, the menubar must to the the top of the screen, of course.
And it's not simply enough... The basic requirement is "simplicity".
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