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Apple re-invents flashy-scrolly windows

	I've been reading netnews postings about the long-awaited Apple
	Macintosh System 7.0.  One of the new features in this release is in the
	dragging of icons in the Finder (the Macintosh's window-oriented file
	manager).  In the past, if you dragged an icon past the border of a
	window, you'd be moving or copying the file to a different folder or
	disk.  Now, if you slow down near the window border and continue to
	drag, the window will scroll, so that you can drag the icon to a part of
	the window that isn't currently visible.  Sound like any window system
	you know?


Sue the bastards for "look and feel" violations.