A set of user interface guidelines created by the Open Software Foundation (www.opengroup.org) that specify how an application should look and feel, covering issues like the placement of title bars and menus. It is used on more than 200 hardware and software platforms and has become the standard graphical user interface (GUI ) for UNIX.
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