Sun Microsystems' OpenOffice.org developers have posted prototype screenshots and demonstrations, and while the toolbar content and look could likely change, the commenters are not apparently happy with the very Microsoft-Office-like "ribbon." Some argue the look doesn't play well on non-Windows systems, and others say it's just another learning curve for the noble-intentioned, but often disadvantaged, open source office suite. Let's hear what you think of the prototype, or where else Sun should look for design ideas, in the comments. [via Slashdot]
OpenOffice.org Screenshots Preview A Ribbon-Like Toolbar
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