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Someone must have come up with a fix for this already, right? I'm looking for a way to de-ugly it and address-book.
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x2. I don't hate the leather look, but could use a change as well.

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yep theres a little utility loaded up that takes that stupid faux leather off the address book as well as the calendar. What was Steve thinking putting that on there? It replaces the graphics skin with a brushed aluminium look, much nicer. Here ya go:

MacNix: Change Mac OS X 10.7 Lion iCal and Address Book Skins from Leather to Aluminum
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Is there something that will change all my other apps to the leather look?

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