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new Leopard theme

author alang


Leopard mod of dobee’s Tiger V. Includes 3 bonus substyles: Brushed, Pinstripe, & iTunes

Developer: kspudw
File Size: 1.4MB

Download [1.4MB]


Comment by Josh on 2008-01-24 03:37:06

Great job!
A must for anyone with Flyakite OS X!

Comment by lim on 2008-01-24 04:42:17

what is this? is this for vista?

Comment by lim on 2008-01-24 04:57:29

is this vista compatible?

Comment by kinsemon on 2008-01-24 12:23:23

hmm, looking good. still have a hangup with the bulging tiger buttons though. and the accompanying Styler toolbar skin has no Searchbar, strange…

Comment by dH on 2008-01-24 13:32:23

Hey I found a couple of problem with the theme some of the font won’t be display properly even replace the font into the FONT FOLDERs so keep it up nice theme…


Comment by dH on 2008-01-24 13:33:20

Nice Theme but still got some problem with font display even replace with the Font in the ZIP so anyway keep it up :D


Comment by TheNobody on 2008-01-27 00:44:01

How do I install this, using flyakite and rk launcher v0.41 on XP

Comment by Kit on 2008-04-05 13:07:28

From the .rar file, you can find the \theme folder. Inside that is the \Leopard folder. Copy the \Leopard folder into C:\Windows\Resources\Themes

When you right-click on your desktop, go to the Appearance tab, you can choose the Leopard style under the “Windows and Buttons” drop-down list

I still couldn’t get the fonts to work though. Any ideas?

Comment by Kit on 2008-04-05 13:06:47

Hi! How do I get the fonts to work?

In the Appearance tab, for the Tiger Visual Style, I can choose between Tahoma, Arial, and Lucida Grande.

I have already copied the theme files to c:\windows\resources\themes, and I can choose the Leopard visual style. However, I can’t get the fonts to work. The only choices are Normal, Large Fonts, and Extra Large Fonts.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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