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TreetopLights is an application that places a Christmas tree on the desktop and holiday lights on the menubar or screen edges. The desktop tree can be decorated with blinking or fading lights, an assortment of ornaments, a treetop star, and perhaps some snow. A small assortment of lights are available, and custom lights can be designed and added for both the tree and screen lights. The ambient lighting can be controlled for the appearance of a dimly or brightly lit room, and the transparency and size of the tree can be set to keep it out of the way, or set the perfect holiday mood. The optional but festive menubar lights more...

What's New

Version 2.4:
  • Updated for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
  • Santa & Snowman now appear when clicking or command-clicking the desktop tree in OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
  • Send A Christmas Greeting option now creates a proper image attachment with Mail in OS X 10.6 Snow

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.3 or later

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Capitalj Member IconComment+10
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Still works reasonably well in Mavericks - no snowflake animation any more, but the bulbs float above all windows, so I'm still happy.

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Version 2.4
BigJohnson Member IconReview+170
BigJohnson
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Just installed and configured this for the 2012 Christmas season and it's working fine on OS X 10.7.6 Intel 64, so don't let the fact that it hasn't been updated in years scare you off. I've used it for 3 years now and don't recall having any trouble. Adds some holiday cheer to my screen and and it's FREE!

There's plenty of options for both the tree and the lights around the screen.

You'll also like the MacLampsX screensaver - I'm running it too. https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/16740/maclampsx

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Version 2.4
BigJohnson
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OOPS - that should be OS X 10.7.5. I thought there had been another update.

Jumbod Member IconComment+6
Jumbod
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Wow, cool ... thank you ... Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to ALL ... !

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Version 2.4
ShotgunWeddings Member IconReview+278
ShotgunWeddings
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Works great for my old PPC running 10.4.8

Thanks.

And Merry Christmas to you too, Kevin Kelleher !

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Version 2.2
Yopapa Member IconReview+0
Yopapa
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It might help if I loaded the correct version - duh! This last version did indeed slow down Santa, and I was able to click on him for more options. When I wrote the last review, I had accidentally started up the old 'fast Santa' version. My mistake. The app works great. Thanks again for providing it to all of us Mac users. Merry Christmas!

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Version 2.1
Yopapa Member IconReview+0
Yopapa
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Very Nice app. Kind of the developer to provide it for free. This last version "slowed down Santa"? Not for me. "Click on Santa" for additional options? Lots of luck. He wizzes by too fast. Anyway… Thanks for the neat app. Very cool.

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Version 2.1
bassjase Member IconComment+0
bassjase
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I love this app, very festive, and the multi-monitor support is superb!

just one thing..... can we slow down Santa's 'fly past'? he is just a blur!

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Version 2.0
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Anonymous
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This is very festive and cute. I only wish I had seen TreetopLights earlier.

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Version 1.0
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Downloads 12,930
Version Downloads 2,712
License Free
Date 21 Dec 2009
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free
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