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Hucz

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  1. I know this topic is pretty much deprecated, however, I'm wondering if you would be kind enough to share the original Mac OS X Tiger & Leopard traffic lights (close/min/max) in PNG format? The one's I've dissected from the DLL file are trimmed on the right and left sides by 1px.
  2. I realize that this is coming almost an entire year after the last post. Apparently the aqua scrollbar gel-like effect is possible via a theme on a GTK 2.10+ Linux desktop setup. Can anyone shed any light on what coding method is being used to achieve this effect? UPDATE: of the effect in action. Since my opening post, I have abandoned the Vista project, and have moved on into Firefox 3.6 theming. Having said that, I think this effect is still possible. Firefox's rendering engine is easily customizable. XBL/XUL, CSS, and JavaScript codes are very powerful ways to complet
  3. Yeah, I figured it was complicated. I remember looking at a skin/theme/app. one time with my resource editor, and finding an image that had the Aqua scrollbar as well as the texture (the part that doesn't move) as a seperate resource. If anyone is willing to share something similar to the texture, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.
  4. Can anyone help me out by extracting Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger's scrollbar images? Not sure if they are in TGA, PNG, BMP, JPG, or GIF formats. It doesn't matter what format they are in. I have seen tons of skins/themes out there for many different applications on Windows, and all of them seem to have the same flaw with the scrollbars. The "Aqua" effect, when you scroll, the circle-like texture inside the blue bar doesn't move when the scrollbar does. The reason I am requesting these resources is because I want to skin an application on Windows Vista with my resource editor, and it needs to be perfe
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