macdink

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macdink definition


/mak'dink/ To make many incremental and unnecessary cosmetic changes to a program or file. Often the subject of the macdinking would be better off without them. The Macintosh is said to encourage such behaviour.
See also fritterware, window shopping.
[Jargon File]
(1994-11-22)

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