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  1. Just thought of sharing this app to the community here, since the other well known skinning app (shapeshifter) does not work on OS X Leopard as of now... from http://magnifiqueapp.com/ Free Software That's the first thing you need to know about Magnifique, the free theme switcher/applier and manager for OS X Leopard. It's completely free, and will always be free (although an occasional donation doesn't hurt). We believe that theming is free, and that it should be enjoyed by everyone. All the themes in our repository are free as well, because we do not believe in commercializing theming to earn money out of it. Open Format Theme files have the ".mfq.plugin" file extension that designates them as files for Magnifique. This format is completely open. No encryption, compression, or anything is used to prevent you from seeing exactly what's going on. What you see inside a plugin is exactly what you get, which makes it easy to see what you are putting on your computer. And since this format is open, it is easier than ever before to create a theme package for Magnifique. Downloads built in Magnifique has a built in theme downloads system that can list and easily download themes directly from our servers right onto your computer, without the usual hassle of using a web browser and manually installing themes. There are virtually no delays either, so you get access the moment a theme is released. You also get to see theme reviews and comments, and in most cases, a preview image, so you know exactly what you are downloading. Dedicated Community What would a theming app be without the talent of all those themers? Well, with Magnifique, you get the products of a dedicated community and an amazing team of themers that always do their best to bring you what you want, when you want it. And best of all, although donations are accepted, themes do not cost a single penny out of your pocket. Magnifique Exclusives Why do theme creators choose Magnifique as the method to distribute their creations? Because it is easy, fast, and gets the themes out to a wider audience. With Magnifique you gain access to some of the latest state of the art native Leopard themes that you will not find in any other format. And even better is that this application has given theme creators incentive to create more themes, so that means you'll be seeing things more frequently! Uninstallation supported There is no reason to keep a theme applied when you don't want it anymore. So Magnifique allows you to uninstall the theme with a single click of a button. In case that fails, we have many other alternate solutions available on the forum, and even a built in command line restore script that will allow you to restore your system back to original in the case that you cannot boot. You have our help every step of the way. --------------- Disclaimer; this software was not developed by me
  2. iTunes play count lost

    try copying your library data from your old comp. should be found in this folder /music/itunes/ had no problems when i migrated my library from my vista comp to my mac - and I Dont think this post is appropriate under "customizing applications"
  3. Apple Logo Bootskin

    the screen shot is in the Attached Thumbnails
  4. Mac OS 8.5 style bootscreen for XP

    hmm i could make 1 for you , just send me a screenshot of how the bootscreen is supposed to look like
  5. Apple Logo Bootskin

    A simple apple logo bootskin for stardock Bootskin application Instructions Ensure you have stardock bootskin installed Download the attached file and rename it to to a .bootskin file Run the .bootskin file limeApple.zip
  6. Safari search icon extension for FF2

    thats nice... anyway... sorry i didnt test out properly b4 releasing it i suppose some more talented developer can create an extension that actaully works for proper FF2.0 i didnt exactly recommend anything... and already wrote in the first post that this is for use with HACKED 1.5 UI themes anyway thanks for zohodajag for his .css thingy... i guess in the future , if i have tim e, i might implement his code into an extension... Edit: i just checked out the mozzie addons page , apparently the welll rounded extension might be updated sometime soon, i might go ahead and skin that one after it has been released
  7. Konfab/yahoowidget support?

    Hmm I Wonder if a Future release of avedesk(v3?) could be coded to be used to launch yahoo widget stuff Since Avedesk can already can launch docklets , why not konfab widgets ....lol Or maybe some1 could develop a desklet to emulate the engine , and thus beable to launch yahoo/konfab widgets I personally enjoy using Avedesk... since i switched from yahoo widget engine due to the Riddiculus way it lagged up my computer , but i'm sort of missing the large library of widgets available Haha... i bet some1 would state donate button... but I'm not a working adult, can't donate obviously... Just a thought... , not saying that it could be a reality And thanks to Ave for making such a great app v2 with the Dashboard Dock rocks
  8. I use StylerTB WB v5 Object dock Avedesk2 Flyakite Objectbar yzShadow and a whole lot of other random community apps (macswitch and macsound by Landvermesser, FindeXer) anyway ObjBar Objdock and WB dont eat up much resources the more resource intensive ones i tried before would be Yahoo widgets(really eats resources), DesktopX , Winfx,and Topdesk, i used to use dexpot for my expose clone but found a better alternative(less resource usage), WinExpose
  9. SaFire for Firefox 2.0 (RC3)

    Actually this method does work , if you are willing to put a few userchrome edits to fix the glitches and another note is that you dont need nightly simply open the xpi/ Jar file with winRaR and modifying the max and min version values defined in the file install.rdf i made a FF2.0 extension for hacked themes to skin the search bar to look like OS X there is also a link to a hacked SaFire theme which works with FF2.0 with a minimum glitches: see this post for the details you could try using that as a temporary fix before the REAL version comes out
  10. Safari search icon extension for FF2

    Btw to achieve this effect in 1.5 and below simply use this extension: search engine ordering make add a new google search plugin using this icon: however , the text Google in the Background will not be seen , since only the new FF 2.0 UI supports that
  11. Safari search icon extension for FF2

    Yah only i only just realized it only worked well for themes that have been patched up to FF2.0 (like the the patched SaFire theme i was using..) the true 2.0 themes looked screwed up Darn... looks like Desides was Right about the UI changes >.<
  12. Safari search bar: This is a skinned version of the Well Rounded extension to mimic the safari search icon It is meant for use with Firefox 2's new UI (for hacked 1.5 themes.. since well rounded in meant for FF 1.5 ) (tested with a hacked install.rdf SaFire theme--> download here) ( using it with the true 2.0 themes gave a lot of glitches which i haven't been able to solve yet...) Preview: Download link: http://mrmodxp.googlepages.com/SafSearch.xpi Notes: Before installation , remove any previous installations of well-rounded This extension will NOT stack with well rounded Drag the .Xpi file into the browser to install , restart FF2 after that Your FF UI might look a bit weird(like a search icon in the Address bar)and not have the searchbar icon initially after installation To fix it, Go to addons--> extensions-->Safari search Bar--> options dialog, and ensure that ONLY the option Round Searchbar is checked. Checking other options does weird things to your UI (i have not found a way to modify the dialog without making the extension unusable:() __________________ Other tweaks: To remove the google icon Download and install Add to search bar extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/3682/ Add google search engine and use this Blank png for the icon http://mrmodxp.googlepages.com/blank.png __________________ Further trying out of other themes show that hacked 1.5 themes in general to not show problems, while 2.0 theme are problematic ___________ to do... modify the code to make it compatible for true 2.0 themes clean up the code I'm a newbie at skinning/ writing extensions here so some tips would help:confused:
  13. Skinning IE7

    look for a "vista skin" you can try hacking the theme into FF2 compatibility if it is a 1.5 skin , however , there will/might be a few glitches..
  14. Skinning IE7

    Has anyone tried skining IE 7 yet? IE 7 apparently allows you to remove the menubar and status Bar to achieve the safari look i managed to get my IE 7 to look like this: Using: WB 5 with the Tigersafari by Toyo Snow per application skin iN Iexplore.exe Styler toolbar (eternal aqua A) explioted a Styler TB bug which removes the top toolbar of Iexploer 7 (hide MenuBar(IE)) hid the statusbar and menubar anyway to hack the files to modify the Tabs? Btw FF2.0 is my main browser, i use IE 7 rarely but would like to see to what extent it could be Modded to look like safari
  15. Firefox 2.0 - Skin compatibility

    Yes i forgot to add in Un-skinned parts that look bad can be tweaked around by editing the Userchrome.css files (or stylish) anyway i'm using well-rounded(skinning the search bar only since skinning the address bar screws up the Safire theme) and searchbar auto-sizer extension, maybe thats why my search bar looks fine i daresay some extensions that skin a small part of FF can be used to "coverup" the (badly/un)-skinned parts