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    an untested proportion at best

    Does "an untested proportion at best" mean "(their own software is) at best an untested proportion"?
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    The key to Jobs'plan was to develop a computer so easy to program that its users could create their own software - an untested proportion at best.

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    Re: an untested proportion at best

    Proposition?

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    Re: an untested proportion at best

    As tdol suggested, proportion was an error. The writer meant proposition.
    I am not a teacher.

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