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Natty’s new Ubuntu One Control Panel takes shape

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Long time readers or those with good memories may remember that a new – and very elegant – Ubuntu One control panel was targeted for Ubuntu 11.04.

As we surmised back in July, the aim of the redesigned-application is to’ improve the user experience of using the Ubuntu One service by allowing users to join, sign in and manage their accounts directly from the Ubuntu desktop.’

So how’s progress going?

Pictures speak a thousand words, so here’s a screenshot of how it’s looking in Natty right this second: -

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