The Treehouse + The Cave

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Tuesday, March 27, 2007



This anti-aliasing redraw bug has existed since the day they launched Cover Flow. Now it's even more obvious thanks to full screen. Why haven't they fixed it in any of the four updates they've pushed since then? What's the nature of the problem?

I think they're already building resolution independence into iTunes--that we're already seeing code that "works" on Tiger, but sings on Leopard. If Apple knew that all this fuzzy fugliness would disappear in a couple months when we upgrade, would they waste the time fixing it now? Nope.

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