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Yesterday me and one of my friends had a discussion over Linux and Mac (me being the linux-guy and he being the mac-guy). It ended up with that I bet I could configure my KDE to look almost exactly like Mac OSX. Hehe, well, now I need some help... The first thing I could think of was Baghira and KXDocker.... But that was pretty much it... Can anyone give me some advice on what I must tweak/configure/install to make the similarity as exact as possible?
Hi !! im kind of new here, and got a problem with some kde themes. I already install them but the minimize, maximize, close buttons and scroll bars didn't change at all. These are the names of the themes Tuxintosh and Mac Baghira, downloaded from kdelook.org . Wonder if someone knows why this is happening. Hope you can help guys !!
Distribution: Slackware 10.2, Debian Testing/Unstable, Ubuntu Breezy Badger, working on LFS
Look at Mac clone screenshots on KDE-look. I've compiled a few of their settings:
Baghira style and deco
Safari=Firefox with Safire skin + many userChrome edits for the fonts and gradient toolbar and tabs.
Mail=Thunderbird with Tiger Mail2 skin + userChrome edits