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sangury Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
windows! xD
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newdeal666 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
Nope Ubuntu
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sangury Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
windows is beter D:
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AbdouBouam Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
yeah right Oh yeah. Yay. Good for you. 
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newdeal666 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
ok sure but why is that
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Xentalion Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008   Digital Artist
Ubuntu obviously, for several reasons.
1 - There is no pidgin for Mac OSX, tis called Adium. (Pidgin can still be run under OSX, just using the X11 thingy)
2 - The background for Pidgin's dock icon.

Cairo-Dock?
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evil-noxx Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008
looks very nice but i have to go with ubuntu...
i'm tryn' to make the change myself but i haven't found (or looked hard) for a deb package for the macMenu (the top bar).
could you please tell me how you did that part or send me a package
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newdeal666 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2008
are going to install globalmenu so as to display the menubar for each application. In your terminal,

cd Mac_files

wget [link]

tar zxvf [link]

cd globalmenu

sudo dpkg -i *.deb

If you have any errors when installing the package, try

sudo dpkg -i –force-overwrite *.deb

If you are having some installation problems with the gnome-globalmenu-applet, try

sudo apt-get install -f

Once finished, right click on the top panel and select ‘Add to panel‘. Scroll down the list and add ‘Global Menu Applet‘.it has a house icon beside it

You might not see anything initially. Log out and log in again, you should now see the menubar for each application showing on the panel.IF you still can see Menu Bar RESTART you computer

once that is Done Right click on the globalmenu and select ‘;Preferences’. Tick the box beside ‘Display the title of the current application‘ and put maximum width 100. Select the font to be Lucida Grande Bold. Click Apply and OK. You should now have a desktop that resemble Mac Leopard.

and then you should have a Bar Like Mine
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evil-noxx Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2008
worked like a charm! thank you very much :)
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newdeal666 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2008
NP
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