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(Sorry if this isn't the appropriate section, couldn't really determine where to put this).

I was curious as to how I could do this to my desktop, the weather and time in the desktop and the custom dock, as well as the dates going down the right side. Are there programs required to do this? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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I'm not certain, but might those simply be widgets running in developer mode?
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BTW, this really shouldn't be in the iOS forum. This is for iPhone, iPod, iPad stuff. I'm sure it will get moved soon.
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Geek Tool 3 will do what you want. and look HERE for geeklets

Have a look at my desktop in the Desktop of the Month thread

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Yeah, I figured it was in the wrong section.

Alright, I DL'd GeekTools and I'm messing around with it now. I've got the basics down pat and gotten scripts for the clock, date, and weather. I'm now attempting to install Mirage, but I keep getting this error message:



Again, any help is appreciated!
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Moved the thread for you, as it was in the wrong section.

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Thanks.
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Bump; still looking for some help. :-/
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Why do you want to use Mirage ??

Download Docker for Mac - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Downloads and use that if you want to change Docks. All you need to do is when its open is when selecting a Dock or separator of indicator is to navigate to them on your HD. They dont sit in the actual App like they do in CandyBar.
Sorry i dont like the look of Mirage, and hence that wont try to put it on my machine. A it says try and contact the Devs on this. They will have a better chance than us to solve it.

Docker is my recommendation. Easy and free.

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Well, I figured Mirage is the only app that would be able to do what I'm trying to get done. I'll definitely give docker a shot though. Thanks for the help!
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Anyone know where to find that grass wallpaper in the screen shot?
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