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May 02, 2011


David Buxton

The old Mac OS had the problem with "hollow" icons that could be clicked through, I think it was Mac OS 8.5 that introduced masks for icons which had this side-effect. Particularly annoying with the default CD-ROM icon.

Jan Miksovsky

David: Ah, so it was the Mac! I've updated the post text to reflect that. Thanks.

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