Mac4Lin reaches version 1.0: With Mac4Lin you can obtain the cute Mac looks on your Gnome and Xfce Desktop Environments with an almost completely automated installation.
Mac4Lin 1.0 Features:
Fully supports GNOME 2.26 and backwards compatible
Improved support for GlobalMenu, support integrated in the default GTK theme
Better native Xfce support
Integrates well with Globus
Metacity theme now supports different button sizes
Firefox 3 themes are now updated
Songbird plugins included
Pidgin AWN 64bit plugin now included
GDM theme is now in-line with Mac OS X login window
Cairo dock is the default recommended dock
Hit the download link and read through all the new features and fixes Mac4Lin 1.0 comes with. Screenshots are also available on the authors webpage.
Download Mac4Lin — version 1.0
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InfoDomestic Objects are light-weight, portable, no-install applications for Linux and BSD platforms. You’ll find several must-have portable applications for your pendrive like ioFilezilla, ioSwiftFox, ioSongbird, ioWine, ioPidgin, ioOpenOffice, ioGimp, ioAmule etc.
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