Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Major Pedro, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. Major Pedro macrumors newbie

    Dec 28, 2008
    I am in the process of changing the theme of my new macbook. I've re-done all the folder icons, and various other things, but I'm stuck on changing the colors of the menu bar and the window title bars (to black with white text, if possible).

    The data exists somewhere, therefore it can be modified. I know it may entail a lot of work, but I feel up to it.

    (In the same vein, can I change the background and text colors in list/column view, and can I make a grey folder label default?)
  2. MarkMS macrumors 6502a

    Aug 30, 2006

    You can do all of that. Well, I used to do it all the time back when PPC was used in all the Macs. Ever since the Intel and 10.5 Leopard switch, I lost touch in skinning. It's more of a hassle now and I can't even use Unsanity's ShapeShifter.

    Anyway, there is supposedly a new app coming out called Facade. If you want more information and help about skinning, check out Mac Themes. The best site and forum for all things theming in OS X.

    Hope this helps.

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