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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by portelaman, Sep 20, 2015.
There is some method to turn my status bar/toolbar as the Yosemite?
You can turn the status bar in Finder windows on in the View menu. (Vizualizar)
Choose Status bar.
But, you might be asking about going to full screen, which hides the menu bar.
Not in Leopard (OS X 10.5.8). That full screen feature does not exist in OS X until after the release of Lion (OS X 10.7.x)
I think he wants the menu bar to look like the one from yosemite
Yes, like the one from yosemite
I am looking at both.
They appear similar.
The menu titles are the same.
Most items in the menus are the same, except those that reflect features that don't exist in the other system.
My Leopard menubar is mostly white, and my Yosemite menubar is mostly black
If that is what you want, then one of the theming utilities should get you close to the look of the Yosemite dark menubar.
The dock is simpler to change than the top menubar, but then there's a lot more choices that will change how the dock looks.
I think there is something called 'Aqua Extreme' to make the Menu bar flatter and black.
Aqua Extreme deals with changing the "scroll bar" color.
I've used it myself to get rid of those glaring blue scroll pillars.
Aqua Extreme is only for Intel i have a powerpc
And as do I!
You must have missed the part in my post where I said "I've used it myself".
anyhow here is the Link, but as I mentioned it only changes the scroll bar color.