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Hidden shape in Exposé?


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Hi,
I was wasting my time opening a lot of safari Windows to see how much windows could be opened in Exposé and I discovered some kind of hidden pattern when it reaches around 300. I stoped at 500 because my Macbook began to freeze.
Could someone with a better computer try to find the secret pattern?
I'm curious...
Here is an exemple.

http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/att...0&d=1195607586

http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/att...1&d=1195607600

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looks almost like an apple.

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It's in a non-english language, so I have no idea.


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I did it with safari and text edit and both of them were full circles like this.


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I think it looks cute.

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Yeah.... there is a "hidden" pattern....

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It's just a round shape, or am I missing something?

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Why am I hearing the Twilight Zone theme when I look at those shapes?...
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