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Hi... I got some problems on Mac4Lin..
I wanted to make my Fedora like the screenshot of official mac4lin documents, but my top bar is not transparent or not being like the screenshot...... also my quit menu has become crazy...
Anyone has solution?
Why install Mac4Lin when you have brilliant themes on the Gnome site. My comp looks like a Mac! Check out the screenshot here! You install water vapour theme, graphite theme and glion icon theme - all these are available on the Gnome site!
Unfortunately with Mac4Lin ver.0.4, you can't goto the Panel properties to make it transparent. This is coz Mac4Lin now includes MacMenu support. To keep the background consistent across the pack transparency has been disabled.
To make the panel transparent, the only other way is to use Compiz Setting Manager and add the keyword: dock