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    *cough* ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigrobb View Post
    that set up you have is awesome what is the weather thing you have at the bottom
    That's the Widscape Weather widget for Yahoo! Widgets: http://widgets.yahoo.com/widgets/widescapeweather

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paralex View Post
    You have to edit the iTunes.rsrc file manually in order to change the elements. First I downloaded took a GUIkit file (Rhino is the theme) and extracted it using GuiKitty. Once extracted, I found the iTunes.rsrc file there. I opened that up in ThemePark. Then go into ~/Applications/iTunes -> View Package Contents and grabbed the iTunes.rsrc file from there and opened it up in ThemePark. Once you have those two files opened, just drag all the elements one-by-one from the Rhino resources to the iTunes resources. It will take about 15-20 minutes to do all of this since you are dragging each image one-by-one. Remember to do a backup of the original iTunes resources just incase there's a screw up.
    Well....um.....I mean....dont get me wrong, you did a very good job explaining it. But I'm just confused
    Its time to go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CL33Zero View Post
    Well....um.....I mean....dont get me wrong, you did a very good job explaining it. But I'm just confused
    Maybe this tutorial can help: http://macthemes2.net/forum/viewtopic.php?id=16785159

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    April desktop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paralex View Post
    Thanks a bunch
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    Is there room for a Linux desktop here? I played around with OpenSUSE this weekend. A great alternative to Windows if you have a PC standing around...


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    Quote Originally Posted by CL33Zero View Post
    Click for full size - Uploaded with plasq's Skitch

    I was going to ask the same thing. I figured it was some sort of front end for iTunes but that is just a guess. I have seen it in other desktop pics.

    If you notice, he has the Weather Widget on the desktop also. I forget how to do that as I keep my Widgets hidden till I need them.

    I figured out how he is doing it but my Widget is different.

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    I'd guess it's a widget since iWhat also has the weather widget on the desktop...

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    That is a very widget old called Black 'n' Blue. I think it's the best looking one around.

    As for how dashboard widgets are on the desktop, go here. But the widgets on the desktop will always overlap all windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iWhat View Post
    That is a very widget old called Black 'n' Blue. I think it's the best looking one around.

    As for how dashboard widgets are on the desktop, go here. But the widgets on the desktop will always overlap all windows.

    Thanks iWhat on that Widget's name. It does look very nice. I figured out the desktop part and yeah it does overlap all windows, so it can get in the way I guess for some.

    I was pretty sure that is what you were doing.

    Just downloaded that BlackNBlue and it is nice.

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