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Just the regular Mountain Lion desktop wallpaper, nothing too shabby. Note that this is running on a VM.

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I'll upload a desktop screenshot of my actual Mavericks hackintosh desktop when I get it restored! (Hopefully with working QE-CI again!)  :thumbsup_anim:

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My apologies for the double post/bump.

 

As promised, here are a few "screenshots" of my desktop with full working QE-CI:

 

Netflix:

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Desktop #1:

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Desktop #2:

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Desktop #3:

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Upload some more screenshots people! :)

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Panther? Nooo... Mavericks.

 

OS X Panther is you?

 

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I love that wallpaper still, damn I was a kid then!! :frantics:

and I love this thread. :D

#firstlove :wub:

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I really don't like the Yosemite blur effect   :(

 

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I prefer the true transparency, something that we still have on Mavericks

I disabled that transparency nonsense as soon as I installed.Learned my lesson with Vista. Does not add to the overall aesthetic.It just doesnt look streamlined with any transparency and blur.

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I don't like how the GUI and what not is all flat. Looks horrible compared to Mavericks. :/ Even though there's an AMD kernel testing for Yosemite, I may not even try it at all tbh.

 

At the moment, my Mavericks installation is giving issues with the "About This Mac" not showing up.. and things just keep randomly freezing and then the system hangs. I should have never tried to edit/change the CPU information in OSX86Tools! UGH!

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Not bad guys. :) I like that "There's no place like 127.0.0.1" wallpaper. :P I prefer to use either the Wave, Lion, Mountain Lion wallpapers though. Although I'm using Yosemite's wallpaper on my W7 system/installation.

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@sugarface: which tool did you used to display all that OS X info?

Thanks.

 

Hi Kynyo

 

The terminal app is called TotalTerminal. And the command line app is called Backdoor, it a personal WIP...

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