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Did you Know that Smalltalk was created in 70's at Xerox?

The use of the mouse, the "copy and paste", the bitblt and others technologies was firstly created in Smalltalk. Steve Jobs saw those ideas at Xerox and he developed a new language, Objective-C.

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January 16, 2011

Cuis 3.0 available

Juan Vuletich has announced the new version of Cuis. Download it from here.

New in Cuis 3.0

New Look!
  • Themes. Several themes included, plus, you can add your own.
  • A nice default theme, using gradientes, rounded corners, anti-aliasing, nicer buttons, embossed labels, desktop background.
  • Anti-aliased halos
  • Window icons (taken from Squeak)
  • New, friendlier Shout color specs
New TextMorphs
  • Real view - model separation
  • Removed StringHolder
  • Text model holds current text + optional text provider (for accept / cancel)
  • Simpler code, easier to extend.
Enhancements to
  • Color
  • Layouts
  • Misc minor tweaks and fixes
  • Many fixes and enhancements from Squeak

Here are some opinions about Cuis:

"Yay, Juan. You GO, guy! ...a great example of malleable software (and a clever mind) at work." -- Dan Ingalls

"I like it... It's nice and clean and simple and pretty. Nice stuff!" -- Alan Kay

"I think you have a very elegant design aesthetic." -- John Maloney