There's an opinion
C-88-20149-VRW on Justia (also available on at Casetext) which contains the final ten, those that survived earlier rulings. They are:
- A1 overlapping windows in front of a muted background;
- A8 windows appearing partly on and off screen;
- B1 top overlapping window displayed as the active window;
- B2 window brought to top of stack when mouse clicked;
- D1 gray outline of window dragged along with cursor when mouse pressed on window's title bar;
- D2 window dragged to a new position when the mouse is released after dragging the window's outline;
- D3 newly exposed areas on screen are re-displayed after the window is moved;
- G4 icon may be moved to any part of screen by dragging along with cursor when user presses mouse on icon;
- G5 display of icons on screen behind any open windows;
- G6 icon's title displayed beneath icon; and
It's a little difficult to find non-dispositive documents (those that don't have an affect on future cases) since the intent of sites like those linked to are to provide documents for purposes of precedence. These non-dispositive documents seem to include the first and second supplemental lists of offending elements that Apple filed.
Further investigation showed up a document from Fenwick and West LLP, detailing legal state of the whole copyright look-and-feel situation (as of document's last update, 2018).
Section D, about the Apple/Microsoft/HP case, lists quite a few others that are not included above.
Note that I've curated this list, combining elements from the tables of rejected and still-potentially-copyrightable items (the latter suffixed with
**), so any errors are likely to be mine: