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ok here's what i want to do: I want to make a graphite like appearence where insted of everyting being gray i want everything to be red. Is there any way i can do this and it would be good if possible for it to be in the appearence menu so i can easly go back to regular aqua if i need to take it in for repairs. [im sure apple will notice the modified appearence] if that is not possible does any one know if "tcfix" will work to bring it back to aqua? and i would like this to be relitavely easy and it MUST be free.

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do you mean everything, or just selected text and such? if its the second, go into System Prefs>Appearance>change the second pop up to red. if you mean the first, youd need shapeshifter, not free.
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what i mean is change every thing, the ideal way for me is to modifi the graphite theme. does any one know how to do this [and of corse i would need to back up graphite]

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yea, the only way is shapeshifter, and its really easy, and doesnt delete anything. but its not free, but definitely worth it.
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