From: Technoir Support (technoir_at_sympatico.ca)
Date: Tue Jun 24 2003 - 13:05:59 PDT
On Tuesday, June 24, 2003, at 02:27 pm, Brian Pearce wrote:
> I'm interested in trying it; but I'm going to go out of my skull if
> someone doesn't come up with a hack to replace the "brushed metal"
> interface. (Such hacks exist, but thus far only for Cocoa
> applications.) And I hope the traditional views are still available.
i always dig into the package contents of "metal" programs and turn the
option off, Safari being a prime example. [maybe you already know] but
you just dig down into Resources/English.lproj/*.nib and start tooling
around usually just unchecking "Textured Window" in the Inspector
I just looked in System/Library/CoreServices and it seems the Finder
is no different. There is an option in the Finder for metal appearance,
but i did not activate it. I assume the X.3 Finder will be similar.
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