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Customizing the desktop?


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A while back, I remember seeing a free program that would allow you to customize your Mac desktop. I didn't download it at the time, b/c my OS was one level below the requirement. (I think it was 10.3?) What I mean is, you could change the toolbar colors, use different themes....just make ur Mac look cooler. Does anyone know what program I'm talking about? Or one that's similar?
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Not the program that your talking about but I use this program, it runs on the dashboard but lets you have your screensaver as your desktop background, it makes a nice change, especially with Anemona, LotsAGlass or ElectricSheep
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