Got a MacBook, so I'll try modding OS X now.
Figured out CandyBar for changing icons/dock and ThemePark for editing resource files, but I don't know which image indexes are what. There's any list/guide for this?
Coming from the Linux world, I would say modding OS X is fun, but hacky.
... I'm still active on theming, and soon uploading some new stuff ;)
Btw, Ubuntu is shining on the desktop. Made me come back from Arch for the Jaunty release. Stable, fast, sexy. No regrets.
Are you a happy Ubuntu user too? Wanna share thoughts? Leave a comment.
New year's coming. My best wishes to all, happy holidays (whatever will you be celebrating), and take this time to remember or spend together with the people you value - it's a great way to recharge batteries for the upcoming year.
And don't forget my christmas gift for you: http://hcalves.deviantart.com/art/Neon-1-0-Gnome-Theme-105456375 :)
On feedback, the universe, and all that... by hcalves, journal
On feedback, the universe, and all that...
I wanna thank everybody who viewed, commented, and of course downloaded Fresh (http://hcalves.deviantart.com/art/Fresh-Gnome-Theme-2-0-95737856), now there's about 3,5k. You rock. That's what encourages me to put more and more GUI customization stuff here. :headbang:
The main reason I do themes is because... I think Linux GUI customization is - with some exceptions - far below the bar in terms of quality. We need to raise this. There's literally a pile of crappy themes. And then a thousand of piles based on those crappy themes. Instead of starting new crappy themes, I prefer to get the ones I find good, mashup and improve it even more. That'