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Unfortuntely what you want is getting harder and harder to find. The themes are not apparently being maintained anymore, and the monochrome version non-existant.
The newer, grey version, was available for years as a GTK+/GTK+2 theme called "Platinum", however last time I tried to find it for my iBook running Debian, all links ended in dead ends.
would you maybe have a screenshot?
(currently my theme looks like this)
But I particularly like the grey of the old good apple. was a great machine
I like for the eyes relaxing... the icons were cute it was simple, specifically ideally made for reading wihtout being distracted !
People are so much un-efficiently working nowadays (buying things they dont need, reading things while they have to deal with urgent-important matters... and so on)
Umm, if you could be tempted to use XFCE...there seems to be a platinum version of that look...
My two cents, dont shoot me here...
you could also use the one from ramierz
An iceWM window decoration that resembles the macos system 7
Autor: José Ernesto Ramírez Ramírez
Release date: 25 May 2005
I was searching a window decoration but I cannot find
So I decided make it myself. I used iceWM because it was
If ir like to you or you have any comments
please drop me a line!
But actzually maybe there si a WM that clone this screenshot attacched?
it is simple and was such a great machine at thtat time. almost my first compjuter