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That theme is really buggy, And icespectre gave up on the project, its a nice idea but its very buggy.

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Ok

 

Hmm I can Make my Windows look like Mac and Mac like Windows. Wht next Mac look like QNX, Wait i already did that, that is my current theme

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I have the Vista theme on my XP. It's not nearly as impressive in action. Gets boring quick.

 

I also have that WindowBlind skin - I think it looks really nice (I use KoL's). It's a shame Microsoft banned them all from being made... There are many things that could of been improved with all the Vista WindowBlind skins that were available...

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