Wow! Mac4Lin, along with a few other personal customizations, has my desktop
looking exactly like a Mac. I love the functionality. My question remains:
Whenever the Mac4Lin compressed file is unzipped, one gets folders with file
for customizing commonly used apps to integrate more with the Mac look, i. e.:
Pidgin, XMMS2, Thunderbird, Firefox, Songbird, and (the wonderful) AWN. Also,
the resources are available for changing one's boot screen. Now, I had no
trouble customizing Firefox, Thunderbird, and AWN, but could someone please
make a complete instruction page with what to do with all these files. I
especially want to change my Pidgin and boot and login screens, as those are
the two things I use the most, other than Firefox and Thunderbird. Or, if full
instructions have already been made, could someone please point me in the
right direction with a link? Thanks again, this a stellar service.
The Pidgin stuff is done mostly by the automated installer. As for the
usplash, its not fixed yet for the latest version (of Ubuntu). You can
experiment with that, though.
As for other instructions, goto Mac4Lin SF.net download page and download the
Mac4Lin Documentation (PDF). It has complete instructions on customizing
Well, the Pidgin integration I don't think integrated...I'm unsure. And,
thanks, I didn't see the PDF, on that now. Again, utterly wonderful job.
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