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Yate Comments

For Mac users?

Comment by DillonSylvestre
about Yate Sep 2012

It says this was designed for Mac users from the ground up, but even linux users would think this thing looks ugly.
Whoever made this clearly doesn't understand the audience they're trying to cater to. Mac users expect beautiful minimal interfaces, not "this technically works". If you're going to target an audience, target one and only one. Not: power users + mac users. #honest-opinion

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