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Here is a pack of themes I made for the leopard dock along with a bash script to update. Please add your submissions too in the thread (preferable format would be a zip of a folder with the images, named correctly, inside). The guide is included in my pack and it does include the original dock files to restore.

Note: Some themes may be found here as well. The ones listed here though are verified as working with my update script. Others in that topic may work but I cannot vouch for all of them.

Another Note: Tons more found here (read site for instructions and app)


How To Apply Themes:
All my script does is replace image files so if ever it does not work, you can just manually place the files back into /System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app/Contents/Resources. The script is set to copy everything in the current directory (in terminal) to this location. Therefor, to get the originals back or use your own images, just have them named correctly and have terminal's directory set to their's (this is done by just typing "cd " with a space after and then dragging in the folder in which the images are) and then typing "bash " (with a space) and dragging in my 'updatedock' script (Attached to topic below).

How To Change To 2D Dock (on bottom)
Open Terminal and paste in this code (change 'YES' to 'NO' to get 3D back):
defaults write com.apple.dock no-glass -boolean YES; killall Dock


Themes:

djh816's themes (5 theme pack with download link at bottom):

Black Glass:
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Carbon:
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Caution:
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Marble:
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Seafoam:
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(Backup Originals Also Included)
Download Link


lessew's themes:

Dark dock w/ green indicators:
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Download Link

Wood dock w/ edges:
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Download Link

Dark dock w/ edges:
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Download Link


asburyak's themes:

Woodgrain dock (with no reflections):
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Download Link


rathalos' themes:

Lightning separator:
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Download Link


Berzerker's themes:

No-Reflection Indicators (no preview):
Download Link



Robbiem's themes:

108 Dock Pack (no preview):
Download Link


EDIT: Fixed indicator images in backup (again. sorry x2). Keep them coming guys. I will continually update.

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Sticky this!!

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Realy cool! Thank's

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I have two questions. Is there a guide for how to do this safely and is there anyway to bring back the old dock? Please answer and put the answer in the first post so people like me do not have to search for em... Sticky this... Love the docks djh

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thanks

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The old dock resource files are included in DJH816's zip file under "Original Dock Picture Backups".

They can be restored just as easily as loading up a new one.

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I have two questions. Is there a guide for how to do this safely and is there anyway to bring back the old dock? Please answer and put the answer in the first post so people like me do not have to search for em... Sticky this... Love the docks djh

guide is included and as stated above, it does include the files to restore. all my script does is replace image files so if ever it does not work, you can just manually place the files back into /System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app/Contents/Resources. The script is set to copy everything in the current directory (in terminal) to this location. Therefor, to get the originals back or use your own images, just have them named correctly and have terminal's directory set to that (this is done by just typing "cd " with a space after and then dragging in the folder in which the images are) and then typing "bash " (with a space) and dragging in my 'updatedock' script. Hope that answers :D. Thanks for the feedback on the docks too guys.

(also, still waiting for some other people to post a link/attachment to theirs so i can put in the original post. preferable format would be a folder with the images, preferably named correctly, with my update script included. this would be the easiest way for me to also get previews for the dock and be a uniformed way of applying a new theme)

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Here are mine.

Dark dock w/ edges.
http://forum.insanel...t...st&id=16957

Wood dock w/ edges.
http://forum.insanel...t...st&id=16824

Dark dock w/ green indicators.
http://forum.insanel...t...st&id=16792

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Here are mine.Dark dock w/ edges.http://forum.insanel...t...st&id=16957Wood dock w/ edges.http://forum.insanel...t...st&id=16824Dark dock w/ green indicators.http://forum.insanel...t...st&id=16792

added. thank you

Can someone please email me the seperator image again... i forgot about that in the backups and no longer have. email is djh816[at]gmail

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Please post the original separator image here too because now I've lost it as well! :)

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Please post the original separator image here too because now I've lost it as well! :)


EDIT: it's in the backup images attached now.

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Sticked :(

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here's a woodgrain dock that I made up. simple. stylish. and best of all, you can't see window reflections in it.

Attached File  Picture_2.png   95.47KB   370 downloads

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here's a woodgrain dock that I made up. simple. stylish. and best of all, you can't see window reflections in it.

Attached File  Picture_2.png   95.47KB   370 downloads


if you wouldn't mind, please zip up the images in a folder so i can add to the list. :)

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if you wouldn't mind, please zip up the images in a folder so i can add to the list. :)



no problem


Attached File  Backup_Wood.zip   858.86KB   228 downloads

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no problem
Attached File  Backup_Wood.zip   858.86KB   228 downloads

added.

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There are a bunch of really cool Dock customizations in this thread: Hacking Leopard GUI.

Dark Dock and DockTweak.app are my favorites.

Perhaps you should make a reference in the original post?

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the only advantage to docktweak i see if that it can make dock 2d. ill add instructions for that to the top post

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That needs to work on the 559 build. Still haven't upgraded.

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I've made some better indicators for those using dark dock skins. It gets rid of the annoying reflection on the dock. You can edit them once you get them, but by default, they are blue.
Attached File  EnhancedIndicators.zip   16.02KB   124 downloads





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