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OSX Leopard Beta

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OSX Leopard Beta

OSX Tiger theme for WindowBlinds with Per-Pixel borders
For OSX and non-OSX users who want the look of OSX on Windows


3 styles: Pinstripe, Pinstripe RC (Right caption buttons), and Pinstripe with finder taskbar
Includes Per-Pixel borders with shadows and transparent menu’s

Installation Tips

Delete ALL Lucida Grande fonts in the windows fonts folder before applying this theme, the fonts needed for this theme will be applied automatically via WindowBlinds.
Enable cleartype (even if you use a CRT display)

Developer : dobee
Filesize : 563KB



Comment by INpac on 2006-12-10 14:00:13

nice skin but you shouldn’t exaggerate with the term “Leopard skin” because we do not know how leopard will look like. But we DO know that it won’t have that heavy aqua effects like 10.4 or 10.3.
Concerning the fact that apple announced that leopard will have a interface you can scale to fit in every resolution, it will surely use the plastic look like itunes 7 (can’t imagine that they port the aqua interface for that resolution independent interface “engine”)

but anyway .. cool skin :P

Comment by syamm on 2006-12-15 11:55:45
Comment by syamm on 2006-12-15 11:56:38

i am fine

Comment by Morris on 2006-12-23 14:29:21

This is awsome check it out~!

Comment by Ballena on 2007-01-04 18:11:08

Really nice! I have used this alot.

Comment by stek on 2007-01-05 18:43:59


Comment by mateus michael on 2007-01-07 02:36:54

download OSX Leopard Beta

Comment by ALSTON on 2007-01-15 07:13:27

good for my NB

Comment by Swadhin Sangram Swain on 2007-01-17 05:53:23

I am a student of Bsc IST

Comment by Kevin on 2007-01-19 21:06:40

It’s nice but its .wba format and windowblinds is fifty bucks… anything for free that could use .msstyles format?

Comment by Kian on 2007-01-23 11:23:59

I’ve already download the file to my pc but i don’t know how to install the Rar or zip file to apply the theme. Can anyone guide me?

Comment by Bballkid30 on 2007-01-26 03:51:45

Hey, i downloaded it and installed it, but it looks nothing like it does in your picture. When I apply it, it kind of looks like vista! sry but yea it looks nothing like the picture! CAN YOU HELP?!?!?

Comment by stalker24 on 2007-02-01 00:02:54

Nice style rly like it, also the download link redirected to another file which was a virus watch out people.

Comment by inoy on 2007-02-07 08:46:36

cool skin

Comment by Yanni on 2007-03-28 02:44:31

good skin, though, i like the tiger better.
tiger is the same, just have the menu on the left.

Comment by dan on 2007-04-07 19:50:29

use bittorrent to download it


[...] In the meanwhile, Flyakite and eventually Launchy fully prepared me for my Mac experience. When I ordered my BlackBook, they told me it would take two weeks to ship, so I decided to take that time and download the WindowsBlinds trial and the Leopard skin that is provided in the downloads section of osx-e so I could get used to the control buttons being on the left side instead of the right as they are in Windows. The WindowsBlinds trial was 90 days, but that was no big deal because I would only need 8 or so. [...]

Comment by Dave on 2007-05-20 16:03:01

Here’s an idea - by a Mac and get OS X (and it’s visual style) for free. Oh yeah and it doesn’t crash every two seconds like Vista.

Comment by Dave on 2007-05-20 16:03:25

Here’s an idea - buy a Mac and get OS X (and it’s visual style) for free. Oh yeah and it doesn’t crash every two seconds like Vista.

Comment by ANONYMOUS on 2007-07-09 08:01:31

Here’s an idea - SHUT UP!!!!!!!!

Comment by ANONYMOUS on 2007-07-09 08:02:38

Here’s another idea - STOP DOUBLE-POSTING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Comment by jon shelter on 2007-09-15 07:44:04

is there anyone who could help me? i installed the theme but icons some other items were left unchanged. why so? did i miss something?

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