Themes for OS X Mavericks

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  1. StellarVixen, Aug 6, 2018
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    StellarVixen macrumors 68000

    StellarVixen

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    OK, this is not by me, and all credit goes to this creator: https://www.deviantart.com/rhubarb-leaf/gallery/

    I am personally running the Snow Leopard theme on 10.9.5, and it looks so good.

    And there are many others, like Tiger, and Pinstriped (Jaguar/Puma) style.

    And there are themes for those who are using Mountain Lion, too.

    If we had this level of customization on most recent versions...it would be beyond amazing.

    So, enjoy.

    Here is the Snow Leopard theme I am running. Look at buttons, sliders... those are all from SL, running on Mavericks like a charm. The only downside is that Aqua sliders do not have inactive state, they do not turn gray when window is inactive.

    Thank you, rhubarb_leaf, if you are watching this thread.
     

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  2. bhtwo macrumors 6502a

    bhtwo

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    Looks great!
    Love the pinstripe/jag theme....

    Oh Apple... you fools! What have you done?
     
  3. Expobill Suspended

    Expobill

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    Whatssa theme?
    Is that all the borders and backgrounds are visulized as one theme?
    I think i had a theme using highest Sierra, the theme was a beachball that spun.
     
  4. StellarVixen thread starter macrumors 68000

    StellarVixen

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    I agree. NetBeans look gorgeous with Pinstripe theme.

    This is due to NetBeans trying to use the native look and feel on Mac. Screen Shot 2018-08-13 at 9.08.27 PM.png
     
  5. R2FX macrumors regular

    R2FX

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    Pinstripes rule!!! although I swear by & still use customised Mavericks with colour sidebar icons


    makes me wanna puke what we are being forced to use now as UI on Mac
     

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