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Windows 7: Macos X for windows 7

02 May 2010   #21

win 7

APPOLON visual styles/ THEMES for windows 7.

APPOLON THEMES are mac osx style themes for windows 7.

These visual styles have made to be worked with my system files [dll] i have made and exist in my Macos X for Windows 7.
so for having mac os x behaviour to your system [like to have stripes blu and white , icons etc] you have to download also my system files from Macos X for Windows 7 themes.

so if you have a Windows 7 32 bit system download my:
Macos X for Windows 7 - 32bit Macos X for Windows 7 - 32bit by *ZEUSosX on deviantART
if you have a Windows 7 64 bit system download my:
Macos X for Windows 7 - 64bit Macos X for Windows 7 - 64bit by *ZEUSosX on deviantART and follow also very carefully the instructions of them , but use the wallpapers and Themes and visual styles from this APPOLON visual styles/ THEMES pack.

The new APPOLON visual styles/ THEMES, have 24 pixel height taskbar.

That means that everytime you log in to your system, taskbar not becomes bigger[like happened to 22pixels smaller in original osx style dimentions, themes i made on past]

Also i have added a folder with special made folders [like my pictures, recycle bin, control panel, All tasks etc] that can be pin to taskbar !
also there are foldrers invisible which can give free space in taskbar and also other folders which are looking like vertical separators,[see in screenshot] so for using the big size taskbar at the bottom of desktop as a dock replacement, as many of u ask me those 2 things.
[24 pixel small taskbar at top of desktop + big size dock style when we set it at the bottom of desktop]


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07 May 2010   #22

Windows 7 Ultimate

Hi. This is a great program and I appreciate your hardwork. I know how hard coding is and how painstaking debugging is.

I've a small request, could you make a small port of just the alternate shaded line (I supposed this is called stripes) modification. I'm actually pretty happy with how Windows 7 looks, but having the stripes would make it a million times better. I think many other users who are out for a full OSX look will be happy to see such a feature too.

Thank you.
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07 May 2010   #23
Product FRED

Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit

I'm in the process of installing actual OS X on my Toshiba!
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07 May 2010   #24

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

Nice work.

I might suggest though that the use of the Apple logo is particularly problematic.

I would change it to use the Windows Logo in the same style. In fact, besides removing the biggest target for harrassment from Steve Jobs, it would actually be rather amusing to have it LOOK like OSX but have the windows logo there instead. That would flip people out
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