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Nocturne Theme For OS X 10.9.x
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Published: September 10, 2012
Only for OS X 10.9.4 - 10.9.x
Wallpaper | Damaged Soul



:new: June 15th, 2014
- support for 10.9.4 - 10.9.x
- added new CloudApp icons 

February 7th, 2014
- Fixed separator not restoring automatically in the uninstaller.


February 5th, 2014
- Updated to support 10.9.1 - 10.9.2

- Removed support for 10.8

- Droplr Removed

- Added Neutraface Text Alt font.


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markess123's avatar
markess123|Professional Digital Artist
is there a way to remove WhiteUIServer.menu for god
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LamiaDC's avatar
LamiaDC|Hobbyist Interface Designer
Can you update this theme for 10.10? This black shade is better then 10.10 default one offers! :)
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splash5webservices|Professional Interface Designer
after installing 10.10 i can't see most my icons in the top right... do you have a fix for this?
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Benenenenen's avatar
i've just updated to yosemite and I can't see the time or battery bar (had this before) and it won't let me restore the default version :/ 


never mind i just deleted the file and removed it from the start up process :) loved it while i had it though, looks great! 
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AugerJ's avatar
Hey. Can you upload the last version of Nocturne Theme for Mountain Lion?
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SamiiKeller's avatar
Go to page 3, theres a link :)
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AugerJ's avatar
Thanks )
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Johayeux's avatar
When I restaure default settings whites icons are still here .... I've remove from users... but this don't work :/
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kam713's avatar
Remove from users option, the start of WhiteUIServer, and log out, if continues white, just go to activity monitor and restart SystemUIServer process
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Johayeux's avatar
Thank it's works !!! 

Sorry for the delay 
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Billy0K's avatar
How do I get black dock on Mavericks?
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norahaura's avatar
norahaura|Professional General Artist
try cDock, that's what I use!
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AkabBalam's avatar
Thanks for this theme, it works perfect for me. 
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LazyN's avatar
LazyN|Student General Artist
hey it looks awesome but only a part of the text is white the other only highlights to white when i click it did i forget something?
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murilohs's avatar
how can I restore the default look after applying this?
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snickers2k's avatar
for me , the white wifi-bar is not working. any way to fix this?
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snickers2k's avatar
hey. is there any way to make the white wifi-bars working again? for me, they are still back :(
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panickedthumb's avatar
My spotlight icon is still black, everything else worked perfectly.
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Te0SX's avatar
Te0SX|Hobbyist Interface Designer
 You need to go to Syst.Pref.-->General and change the Appearance From Graphite to Blue or the opposite for one time. On the dmg, at the last part,after 3.Log Out! you should read it :) (Smile) 
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panickedthumb's avatar
I just went through the process and I'm not sure how I missed those instructions when I went through. I read everything about changing stuff to white with the .menu, etc, but I missed that one.

At any rate, thanks! That did it.
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Te0SX|Hobbyist Interface Designer
you're welcome ^^
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oxsyn's avatar
Is there a way that I can fix my other menubar icons so that the colors are right? Most of them are black, and you can't see them - the ones that are colored look really bad. 
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saren2989's avatar
It would depend on the application in the notification bar. Most applications store their notification icons in their package folders. just open up finder, go to applications, select the one you want to modify and right click+ show contents. go to resources and locate the icon. rename it as a back up, open it in GIMP and alter the color settings, save it/copypaste it to the directory. and thats it. just terminal "killall -kill Finder to restart the notification area. 

if its a system icon the process is similar you just need to google its location in the filesystem. 
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candyman112's avatar
Some one have Degrees for black menu bar or have skills to fix it plz post it here
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