Mac OS X Leopard 300+ New Features Described on a Single Web Page

by Todd Ogasawara

Apple posted a single web page that lists and describes Leopard's many new features. You can find it at...

Mac OS X Leopard 300+ Features List


UPDATE: Mac OS X Leopard video guided tour

8 Comments


2007-10-16 15:11:26
Is this a first? I don't remember them doing this before. It always used to bug me that Steve would brag about "150 new features," with no way to see what those alleged features were.
Simdude
2007-10-16 16:06:31
Wow. Instant screen sharing from the Finder. I must have missed that in the Keynote. cool.
pmccann
2007-10-16 16:10:15
They were obviously scraping the bottom of the barrel by the time they got to the extra features of "Terminal". Four separate features related to tabs: firstly you can use tabs, secondly you can turn a tab into a window, thirdly you can turn some windows into a tab group, and finally you can *move* the tabs. Hmmm...

2007-10-17 00:03:12
I'm still waiting to see what the supposedly top secret features of Leopard are. I am hoping but I know my hopes will be crushed that these don't consist of CoverFlow in Finder or Quickview in Finder. Those are natural evolutionary extensions of what already exists in the OS, not ground breaking new features that will make you stop what you are doing and wonder how you worked without them.
Todd Ogasawara
2007-10-17 01:05:29
pmccann: Actually, I usually have Terminal window open. So, I was very pleased to read about its new features.
Sanj
2007-10-17 04:30:13
pmccann - Do you prefer the Terminal over X11 xterm? Pros?
Simdude
2007-10-17 05:04:43
@@pmccann - Do you prefer the Terminal over X11 xterm? Pros?


Maybe it's just my settings, but I have found the text readability in Terminal better than what I have in xTerm. It's certainly easier to adjust. Plus, it makes it simpler to cut/paste, drag files/folders into the terminal window to instantly get the path, adds Applescriptability, integrates with Services, etc.

Aviad Ben Dov
2007-10-17 21:34:28
I think there's a problem with the countdown, unless there's something hidden here. I'm from about 10 hours distance from the local time of San Francisco, and still the countdown on the main page shows that Leopard will be available in my country on October 26th, 6pm. Anyone else can confirm this weirdness?