Re: Here is a list of things that I would...
To Hulkaros' Suggestions...
-Cocoa Finder A.S.A.P.
Hmm... Why? The Finder's okay, it being Carbon doesn't make it bad right now. Too much work to 'emulate' the current Finder with a Cocoa version.
-Full Dual CPU support across OS and all apps, games, utilities, etc.
*cough*. All APIs are there. Apps, Games, Utilities: Tell the maker to update or rewrite them.
Better is always good.
-Better hardware compatibility (especially scanners and printers)
But hopefully not by AGAIN changing driver toolkits. It's the third party makers' fault they don't deliver drivers. Apple can't do much here.
-Bring back the Themes & Sounds of 9.x.x
Or... not. There are themes aplenty and you can get sound effects via some utility. Apple should rather cover more important things.
-Options to on/off all those graphic options of Aqua and not only change Genie/Scale effects
THAT one I second.
-Better G3 support (!?!?) and older graphics
Guess it won't happen...
-Full support of X11
Apple's on it, but I don't think it'll be included in the system so soon.
-Upgraded system wide support of newest PDF standards
I don't think Adobe has made the standard available freely in newer versions.
-More games (Chess only?) and apps (painting app for example) which mostly required from Switchers
Again, I think Apple should concentrate on the important stuff.
-Faster access to .Mac and iDisk
What about getting a faster network connection? .Mac and iDisk is fast.
Mac user since 1987. Running Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion on a MacBook Air 11" & an iMac 27" and whatever's newest for my iPhone 4s, iPad 3 and AppleTV 2.
Apple Certified System Administrator 10.6, Apple Sales Professional 2008-2011, Apple Certified Mac Technician.