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kinsemon

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  1. In Linux/Gnome/Ubuntu GTK 2.x themes, this is achieved by overlaying an image with a semi-transparent middle/center on a static "wave" image. using the method/concept in firefox however is iffy, i think, to say the least.
  2. try this out. Use the sub-style without per pixel borders. You should have Aero shadows enabled... http://eamon63.deviantart.com/art/Leo-Vista-WB2-116086403
  3. OB and Adobe reader/acrobat do not work well together. just include the app under OB's exclusions....
  4. As above comment, change your fonts. Align desktop icons to right: drag all icons to right side, right-click on desktop> select "Align icosn"... reduce side angle of dock to maybe 36 degrees, and lower your icons... Use Global Menu for top bar
  5. I think it is an application (Windowblinds) glitch, not a skin issue. Most probably skins having side borders several pixels thick (skins with per pixel shadows). When window is maximized, the button "hotspot" gets its position reference from the edge of screen, while the button image does not. Therefore, you'll have mouse hover and action several pixels to the right of the actual image. Not a big issue actually if you think about it. With 17/19/24 etc inch screens nowadays, together with lots of desktop eye candy (docks, bars, widgets, screenlets etc etc) who really bothers about max
  6. FindeXer Leopard click link near end of his comments for tutorial...
  7. @Ghost It is also KKmenu but different skin. check this out, by SkyJohn @x33333 3rd screenshot - several Stacks Docklets, one showing fan view, 2 showing grid view. The one in the middle showing child panes/tree view is KK menu skin by skyjohn. the small one with a lighter shade/background is Tasks Docklet...
  8. HUH???!!! Did it ever occur to you to search? for starters type: LEOPARD WINDOWBLINDS or LEOPARD VISUAL STYLES. I assume you are more than 12 years old so you should know how, o_O
  9. Steve Grenier's and Kol's skins ARE the 'official" Fllyakite themes. They are .mstyles versions however (as indicated in the installation options) Both of them made Windowblinds versions of the same skins Regarding Leopard, check out the release dates of Flyakite and the skins against the release date of Leopard...
  10. If you just want to shift buttons to left side but retain Flyakite visual styles, etc...: Apple Min Max- Still beta though... Leftsider- (scroll towards bottom of page) True Transparency- you'll have to find 'mac/tiger' skins for this... If you really want Windowblinds, Kol's Tiger 2 WB Steve Grenier's Mac OS X Tiger for Windowblinds or my own XP Tiger WB (shameless plug xD )
  11. what application are you using? Styler toolbar? etc etc, or is that firefox???
  12. yeah, same here. just installed ubuntu 8.10 last mont after more than a year of runnung it from CD. It has now by choice my default OS )in quad-boot: ubuntu, vista ultimate sp1, xp home sp3, sp pro sp3). Just finished modding the GUI using latest Mac4Lin...
  13. or... even using default ff skin, still blank menus?
  14. Using Reshacker, open up English.lang file. In the Dialog section, change the specified Font to "MS Sans Serif" for items 104, 120, 122. Click Compile script, Save....
  15. ...Or why not try to move your CM2 button to the Toolbar instead? ...or use an image with a 16px height...
  16. There is really no "...completely Leopard icons". Only a few files can be considered as one=one equivalent, which are usually the very basics. In XP/Vista, you can only have icons with, let's say 'leopard flavors'. For one thing, each modder uses different Leopard icons for any particular Windows file. Most of the time, there is no actual icon equivalent for that file, so a modder has to make/invent one. The most comprehensive collection of Windows files 'converted' to Mac ones would be FlyakiteOSX. However, they are Tiger/Panther...
  17. Matonga took care to include GLYPH SPACING as per original mac. Your friend just replaced the original glyphs as is using probably Resource Tuner. Don't be so quick on the draw.
  18. Compatibility has nothing to do with it (the fact that you can use it blah blah blah...). Like System said, probably something to do with the skin. The author might have missed something etc etc. Try other skins, or check if there are recent updates for Proto... or if you are adventurous enough, edit the skin yourself.
  19. Whatever it is in Mac Leopard mate . I assume there is one, maybe?
  20. try this out: Prepare an image 30px by 2560px (1280px for bottom bar first, and the other 1280 for the top bar). Set "sizing margins" to 0, 0, 0, 0. Then in Painting Options, Draw Method, select "Tile the Image" I'm using SS 5 for reference, but the concept should be the same for SS6. If you prefer a smaller image, compress the width of your original image (30x2560) to let's say 30x1000. keep sizing margins to 0,0,0,0. In Painting Options/Draw method, select 'Stretched Horizontal and Tile Verticval'...
  21. Really nice mate (also check grid down arrow, noticed a few smudges here and there, nothing major, but still....). Btw, how about a leopard 2D skin option?
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