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Thomas J Conrad, Yin Yin Wong: Computer system with graphical user interface including automated enclosures. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, October 21, 1997: US05680562 (94 worldwide citation)

A new behavior in a graphical user interface allows the user to open and close enclosures, while dragging an object. When the user pauses, gestures, or rolls over a hot spot on top of an icon or text representing a closed enclosure, a temporary window for the closed enclosure is "sprung open" to all ...


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Etienne F Handman, Thomas J Conrad, Joseph J Kennedy, Timothy B Westergren: Methods and systems for utilizing contextual feedback to generate and modify playlists. Pandora Media, Banner & Witcoff, June 14, 2011: US07962482 (60 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods of generating and modifying a playlist using contextual information are disclosed. For example, a user may provide an input seed such as a song name or artist name. The input seed is compared to database items and a playlist is generated as a result. In some examples, the context ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Yin Yin Wong: Computer system with graphical user interface including spring-loaded enclosures. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 9, 2000: US06061061 (54 worldwide citation)

A new behavior in a graphical user interface allows the user to open and close enclosures, while dragging an object. When the user pauses, gestures, or rolls over a hot spot on top of an icon or text representing a closed enclosure, a temporary window for the closed enclosure is "sprung open" to all ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Elizabeth Ann Robinson Moller: Computer system with graphical user interface including windows having an identifier within a control region on the display. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 21, 1999: US05956030 (46 worldwide citation)

A window management mechanism allows a user to open a window as a drawer or, perhaps more appropriately named, a pop-up window. The drawer is an opened window that a user has dragged down to a drawer region at the bottom of the screen such that only the title bar or some drawer handle illustration i ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Yin Y Wong: Computer system with graphical user interface including automated enclosures. Apple Computer, December 10, 1996: US05583984 (38 worldwide citation)

A new behavior in a graphical user interface allows the user to open and close enclosures, while dragging an object. When the user pauses, gestures, or rolls over a hot spot on top of an icon or text representing a closed enclosure, a temporary window for the closed enclosure is "sprung open" to all ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Elizabeth Ann Robinson Moller: Computer system with graphical user interface including drawer-like windows. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, October 17, 2000: US06133918 (37 worldwide citation)

A window management mechanism allows a user to open a window as a drawer or, perhaps more appropriately named, a pop-up window. The drawer is an opened window that a user has dragged down to a drawer region at the bottom of the screen such that only the title bar or some drawer handle illustration i ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Elizabeth Ann Robinson Moller: Computer system with graphical user interface including drawer-like windows. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, November 4, 2003: US06642944 (37 worldwide citation)

A window management mechanism allows a user to open a window as a drawer or, perhaps more appropriately named, a pop-up window. The drawer is an opened window that a user has dragged down to a drawer region at the bottom of the screen such that only the title bar or some drawer handle illustration i ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Elizabeth Ann Robinson Moller: Computer system with graphical user interface including drawer-like windows. Apple, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, March 8, 2011: US07904828 (22 worldwide citation)

A window management mechanism allows a user to open a window as a drawer or, perhaps more appropriately named, a pop-up window. The drawer is an opened window that a user has dragged down to a drawer region at the bottom of the screen such that only the title bar or some drawer handle illustration i ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Yin Yin Wong: Computer system with graphical user interface including spring-loaded enclosures. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, October 23, 2001: US06307545 (20 worldwide citation)

A new behavior in a graphical user interface allows the user to open and close enclosures, while dragging an object. When the user pauses, gestures, or rolls over a hot spot on top of an icon or text representing a closed enclosure, a temporary window for the closed enclosure is “sprung open” to all ...


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Thomas J Conrad, Elizabeth Ann Robinson Moller: Computer system with graphical user interface including drawer-like windows. Apple, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 26, 2009: US07539945 (19 worldwide citation)

A window management mechanism allows a user to open a window as a drawer or, perhaps more appropriately named, a pop-up window. The drawer is an opened window that a user has dragged down to a drawer region at the bottom of the screen such that only the title bar or some drawer handle illustration i ...