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Due some limitations, i'm running Mac OS X Tiger under Intel like yours, or most of us, so i can't install any theme because shapeshifter wont run..

well, this is my first mac desktop, i'm getting some knowledge to customize and modding mac osx for be most amazing ones, for the first one? good? normal? :)

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Due some limitations, i'm running Mac OS X Tiger under Intel like yours, or most of us, so i can't install any theme because shapeshifter wont run..

well, this is my first mac desktop, i'm getting some knowledge to customize and modding mac osx for be most amazing ones, for the first one? good? normal? :)

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you ca have a look of mine :lol:
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disque du demarrage. lol

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I'm using now other desktop. somatic is the best icon pack ever made :P
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cripes almight you guys wasted no time customizing the bejesus out of it haha

I'm still trying to get everything running correctly before I go that route. Had to reimage one too many times already

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This is my last one
still trying to get a descent desktop on mac :rolleyes:

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How do you get the taskbar to right justify? And what skin/mp3 player are you using?

That's pretty nice :(

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How do you get the taskbar to right justify? And what skin/mp3 player are you using?

That's pretty nice :)

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Its simple
use some softares: thinkertool or cocktail

nice system utilities, including hidden systempreferences features like this.

about mp3 player, its just itunes :)
sometimes i use itunes companion widget for konfabulator

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Why are the screenshots so grainy? Is there anyway we can fix this?

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Why are the screenshots so grainy? Is there anyway we can fix this?

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in my personal opinion, it seems to signify that the screenshot was taken on a beta OS. there MAY be personal information encoded into the image...

PPC betas of Panther and Tiger both had this anomaly...

http://forum.osx86pr...wtopic=1437&hl=

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Nice discussion going on there. Wonder if there are any way around this. Thanks for the link btw. :(

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Nice discussion going on there. Wonder if there are any way around this. Thanks for the link btw. :(

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everyone seemed to think i was crazy. it just doesn't make sense that several beta version have grainy screenshots, and all the release versions don't. it is a consistent pattern, and must signify something. i still believe there is an IP and or username encoded into the screenshots to make it easy for Apple to track down NDA breakers.

call me crazy...but it just makes sense...

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Hehe. No, youre not crazy in my book. It does actually make some sense. Nice if we could discover the reason behind this. :(

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Here is my Current Desktop.

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I give all my computers names and themes. and since I'm finally useing OSX as the prime OS on my PC I gave it an offical name. as you can guess my OSX x86 PC got the name 'Tifa'. =P

I like to give each of my computers their own idenity. I know it sounds weird, but its something I like to do,

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Misao - G4 450MHz Cube
Peach - G4 Dual 450MHz Tower
Nene - AMD 1.2Ghz Shuttle PC
Ayane - Intel P4 2Ghz
Miho - AMD64 3000+ PC (same PC as Tifa)
Rikku - 17" 1GHz PowerBook G4

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Running on a Sony Vaio RS-620g.

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My new one

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hey, nice work {censored} ;)

how did you change your dock like that and how did you get a widget on your desktop

thanks for any info :P

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Here is my screenshot:

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hey, nice work {censored} :(

how did you change your dock like that and how did you get a widget on your desktop

thanks for any info :P


To be able to drop widgets on your desktop -

Open Terminal

Type:

defaults write com.apple.dashboard devmode YES

Press return after that line. Make sure you include the full stops/periods and watch you don't put any extra spaces in. If you're reading this in OSx you could copy'n'paste from this post.

Then close the terminal, log out or restart, and now you can -

Open the dashboard. Grab a widget and start dragging it. While you are still dragging it, press F12 and the dashboard closes but the widget is still there, being dragged.

Release the mouse and the widget stays on the desktop. Voila!

To put it back in the dashboard, drag it like before and hit F12 - let go when the dashboard is open.

You don't need to be root to do this. Widgets have a strange habit of putting themselves back in the dashboard if you have them open on the desk when you invoke the dashboard. This seems to happen randomly and I'm not sure why.





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