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  1. Bianca Paragon
    August 18th, 2009 9:36 PM
    Bianca Paragon
    Do it! You *know* you want to.
  2. Bianca Paragon
    August 16th, 2009 5:40 AM
    Bianca Paragon
    OS8 doesn't get enough love :(
  3. .little monster
    July 8th, 2009 3:33 PM
    .little monster
    Oh, okay.
  4. .little monster
    July 8th, 2009 3:31 PM
    .little monster
    20 GB for Linux is more than enough, it was made for notebooks that have a 10 GB harddrive.
  5. Gerri Shin
    July 7th, 2009 7:57 PM
    Gerri Shin
    yeah, dropping a second gig of ram in there would definitely be a good boost. ram prices have really dropped, you shouldn't have to spend at the most $50. not that expensive at all.
  6. Gerri Shin
    July 7th, 2009 7:44 PM
    Gerri Shin
    actually the easiest way to install it and use it whenever you want is to simply install it via a virtualization software. (I'm using Sun's VirtualBox software, which is free) (not sure of your specs, but if you have a dual core cpu and at least 2GB or RAM then you should be able to run OSX and Ubuntu at the same time with ease.
  7. Gerri Shin
    July 7th, 2009 7:27 PM
    Gerri Shin
    I'm currently downloading the 9.04 version now, I'll go through the install and se if there's a way to skip past it installing the Grub bootloader, as that's the only thing that I can think of that might throw a wrench into the install.
  8. Gerri Shin
    May 14th, 2009 5:05 PM
    Gerri Shin
    I got a developers copy a while back, the version I have is still really buggy and at the time they were still fine-tuning things like the new Cocoa Finder and Grand Central. I rarely use it anymore, it's more of an eccentricity now. I originally got it because I was getting into some development stuff and had a friend who had a copy, so I bummed a copy off of him. I should really remove it, but I'm too lazy and have the space on my HDD. (I've already deleted the install DMG he gave me though, so if I wanted to share it or re-install it I can't)
  9. Artemis
    May 12th, 2009 5:33 AM
    Hey you're welcome, and thanks
  10. Artemis
    May 3rd, 2009 4:21 AM
    Hey it's your birthday too, my birthday is today as well and we are both 17...Congratulations xD
  11. Gerri Shin
    January 13th, 2009 9:24 PM
    Gerri Shin
    Silver, it's also a rule in the C&T section that we aren't supposed to talk, promote or link to anything that would involve slightly illegal activities, such as pirating software.
  12. AtecainCorp.
    July 23rd, 2008 4:48 AM
    Welcome Silver. You knew a Xaroma Continent.
  13. Gerri Shin
    July 7th, 2008 4:59 PM
    Gerri Shin
    sure, it's rather easy. (though pictures would make it even easier) anyway in the top left corner of the app there is a section with 4 'tabs' (in order they go: system Icons, App icons, Dock, primary drive icon.)

    under neath that section is a section that looks like the sidebar area of the finder. This is basically your library where you can make and store iContainers of icons. (you can find these in lots of places like Iconfactory)

    On the other side of the app you will have 2 sections stacked, the top being the place that shows the apps or icons that can be replaced, below is the contents of the currently selected iContainer on the left.

    to change an icon simply drag an icon or PNG from either the finder or the bottom section onto the icon you wish to replace. (a small plus button should appear on the semitransparent form of the new icon to indicate that this will replace the default icon)

    after you've changed an icon a blue drop panel will ask if you want to change the icons/ dock. if you select yes, it will ask for you password, change the icons/dock, and then ask you to relaunch the Finder/dock. some system icons will require you to log out before they change.
    well that's pretty much it.
  14. Gerri Shin
    July 7th, 2008 4:29 PM
    Gerri Shin
    well, even though technically Silk is still in Beta stages for Leopard, I've had no problems with App enhancer at all. though I haven't tried it on tiger. (you can change the dock easier with Candybar or a program called Dockswitcher IMO)
  15. Gerri Shin
    July 7th, 2008 4:13 PM
    Gerri Shin
    My biggest secrets for Modding my Desktop are the use of the programs Candybar, Unsanity Silk (for system font changing), and the website for showing me how to do alot of the modding.

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