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Where did 'blue' appearance theme go?


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Hi all, I'm a new MBP user. Love it so far. When I accepted the update to OS 10:6 after getting up and running, the 'blue' option in System Pref/Appearance doesn't seem to turn the top menu bar blue anymore - both ' and 'graphite' options leave it the same color - but when I click 'graphite' the radio buttons are no longer colored but just grey. Is this normal. I thought before the upgrade (when it was just 10.6) the blue choice worked.
Any advice would be appreciated.
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The bar its self does not turn blue, nor does the apple (even though it used to). When you click an option in the bar, lets say file, the 'file' button will turn blue, as well as any other options in the menu you hover over. The close/minimize/maximize buttons will also have colour, compared to the graphite setting where everything will be grey.

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Thanks ... I just wanted to make sure I didn't mess something up!
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