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FthrJACK

Folder Animations... Gone In 4008?

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FthrJACK    0

when you moused over a folder or other icon in explorer before in longhorn it was animated, rocked from side to side. this is gone in 4008, as is the newer style for desktop properties.. replaced with traditional windows style.

those where some of the best looking features, hope they come back. unless im missing something and they can be turned back on somehow?

it seems that most of the inovative stuff that was in has been pulled out. granted none of it worked yet, but you had an idea where the OS was headed. now it looks like XP with a skin and sidebar all the more than it did before.

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xper    176

Agree. Now it suck big time. Installed and deleted.

Waiting for another leak.

:)

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gamehead200    0

Now I remember...When you clicked on the folder or icon, it would enlarge it and make it rock side by side with a really bad resolution...That was so cool, but they should've kept it and made it so that each icon was at a really high resolution...

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