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iLeopard Logon

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Published: October 27, 2007
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iLeopard Logon
LogonUI File

Get this Leopard logon on your Windows XP by downloading this LogonUI file.

For resolution:
- 1024*768 and above








Download It and Enjoy !!!

:bulletred: Please post any comment so that I can improve my works.
:bulletred: If you like my works, you can simply click here or :+fav: it.

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xXboomerbradXx's avatar
Frickin' awesome! One question: where did you find that Account Pic?
rocketleo's avatar
can you install on vista
Xonrick's avatar
Heii...Can you please give me permission to use the UI file and some resources of the Logon to make my own Logon.Please i will give proper credits.
Kamote-4920G's avatar
Yeah Bravo!!!
But I have a fav, can you make on for Vista :D
Many thanks :D
Soooo, do I hafta give you a copy of my LogonUI?
arenuister's avatar
This Was Totally AWESOME!!!!!!!! Been waiting for this long time....
kampongboy92's avatar
kampongboy92Student Interface Designer
Thanks mate.. :)
german310's avatar
german310 Interface Designer
very nice... I'm using it now very well
Surfer4Life42's avatar
Does this work on vista as well?
kampongboy92's avatar
kampongboy92Student Interface Designer
Not supported yet.
Raptor-21's avatar
Hey, I know your probably really busy, but would you be able to change the background of this logon to the blue abstract mac osx wallpaper? [link]
frantix21's avatar
you are the best i lik your work but one problem is with me i dont now to convert in safe mode i havw frinde he is gonna finish thanks and cheers
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kampongboy92Student Interface Designer
You're welcome... :)
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kampongboy92Student Interface Designer
:)
Reallionaover's avatar
Dear Muhammad,

First of all I need to say I don't have any doubts that you are a genius.

This logon is cool in its looks, but there are notes that you still need to work on. Your LogonUI.exe is a list of the computer users shown in a Mac way but the original winlogonUI.exe has some other functionalities and outlooks that I list below:

1. Suppose that your computer doesn't have multiple users. In this case windows shows a greeting login outlook that is missing in your logon UI you may want to check what leopard will do in this case or just improvise.

2. An even more important thing, that your logonUI in my mind should do is to inform the shutdown process.

Also for those guys who had the problem with changing logonui.exe in system32 folder of their windows XP I can show a better idea by as follows as this :

copy your new logonui.exe to a place other than the system32 folder of the windows and then change this registry value in regedit.exe :

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

there is a key called UIhost at the bottom of the list which has the value of "logonui.exe" by default, you can alternate the directory of your new logonUI.exe file to this for the old one like: "c:\mytheme\logonui.exe"
and it will work for the next time you log off or change the user.
Danilux's avatar
DaniluxProfessional Interface Designer
Looks great :thumbsup:

:+fav:
kampongboy92's avatar
kampongboy92Student Interface Designer
Thanks for the :+fav:
GrimmjowX's avatar
Can you make this into a logonxp file?
kampongboy92's avatar
kampongboy92Student Interface Designer
I'm sorry because I don't use XP anymore..
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NLM-StudiosProfessional Interface Designer
Hi, it looks great!, i just have a problem with installing it. i have both a logonui.exe and a logonuiX.exe in my system folder, i tried replacing them both with your logonui.exe, but i doesn't work?

Can you pleas help me?

Thanks in advance. :)

Kind regards,
NLM Studios
kampongboy92's avatar
kampongboy92Student Interface Designer
I think your OS is protected by Microsoft..
NLM-Studios's avatar
NLM-StudiosProfessional Interface Designer
Yep I have figured out the problem... it's caused by Windows File Protection. :)

Thanks anyway
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