Safari Aquafier
Safari Aquafier
4.1

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Safari Aquafier free download for Mac

Safari Aquafier4.1

07 March 2004

Change Safari interface to Aqua instead of brushed metal.

Overview

Safari Aquafier allows you to easily change Safari's brushed metal interface into an Aqua interface. The process is as simple as running the installer.

What's new in Safari Aquafier

Version 4.1 remedies issues users had when installing Safari Aquafier. To ensure that you are able to install Safari Aquafier 4.1 without any issues, you will need to have administrator privileges and have Safari installed in its default location.

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30 Reviews of Safari Aquafier

Anonymous
15 January 2003
Version: 1.2

Most helpful

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Anonymous
08 May 2005
Version: 4.1
I've found that aquafier works fine until I got to close a tab at which point the entire app quits. This happens with both a key command or a mouse click. Otherwise it is a great addon to Safari.
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3.75
Anonymous
23 April 2005
Version: 4.1
Tiger and Safari 2.0 don't like Safari Aquafier. When you make a tab, the window doubles itself underneath the window bar.
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Anonymous
16 February 2005
Version: 4.1
Looks like it did nothing to Safari, but made all the system blues, a deeper blue and sharpened up the text to a blacker black. Also, I now seem to have trouble clicking on things to get them to do something. There's a longer time delay, like the program is busy doing something else.
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1.75
Anonymous
13 April 2004
Version: 4.1
While this is very promising, and does work, it seems to me that there are certain flaws. (1.) It should be a seperate app, which allows you to set/unset the Aqua interface for that browser whenever the user pleases. And (2.) It needs an uninstaller incase the user gets sick of it and ever decideds to remove it. Since it does not have either of those I don't recommend it for users and it is potentially buggy. I can't installed 1.5 unless I completely delete 1.0.5 which just aint right.
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Anonymous
18 March 2004
Version: 4.1
I can't even download it! It just "fails to load."
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2
Anonymous
07 March 2004
Version: 4.1
Let me get this straight - Safari is at version 1.2. There have been less than a dozen versions of Safari since it's initial release, and that includes leaked builds. Yet this program is at version 4.1, performs an utterly trivial task, and STILL requires you not move Safari from the default location?? What kind of **** is this? That is shoddy programming at its worst.
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4.25
Anonymous
06 March 2004
Version: 4.1
Worked for me!
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Anonymous
25 February 2004
Version: 4.0
Aquafier does not work. I got an error upon installation.
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3.75
Anonymous
21 February 2004
Version: 4.0
I got an error upon installation, but it seems to have worked...
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1
Anonymous
08 February 2004
Version: 4.0
I only wished it had worked. The only thing about Safari I don't like is the skin and I looked forword to a change but it didn't work. Error upon installation.
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Sgadroy
10 October 2003
Version: 3.1
Installer puts the " Aqua interface " in " English.lproj " only. You need to duplicate and move the file " Browser.nib " in your " OwnLanguage.lproj "
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5
Anonymous
19 September 2003
Version: 3.1
Safari Aquafier is great. It turns the heavy brushed metal look of Safari into something light and fun to use Safari is a real beauty now Kurt
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Anonymous
01 September 2003
Version: 3.1
Tak - sorry, but Safari Aquafier is not compatible with non-English localized versions of Safari. However, if you right click on Safari, choose Show Package Contents, open the Contents folder, then the Resources folder, and then the English.lproj folder and copy the .nib files from it into the .lproj file for Japanese, this should solve the problem. Hope this helps!
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Anonymous
01 September 2003
Version: 3.1
DONT DO IT! it's like some mechanical vampire sucked the life out it and made it look stupid.
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Anonymous
31 August 2003
Version: 3.1
Installed 3.1, but nothing happens. should I do anything after installing the app? or is it because my safari 1.0 is a japanese version? please help.
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5
Hector Miranda Alfonso
25 August 2003
Version: 3.1
Yes, it works! Now this is my default browser. First, it's from Apple. Second, it's Aqua-fied with this program. Neat!
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4.5
Anonymous
26 July 2003
Version: 3.0
Yes, I think different colors could be the next development. As it is, I might think it is an open folder.
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4.75
Anonymous
29 June 2003
Version: 3.0
Cool! Now Safari looks like the best of Firebird and Safari together. My life was getting a little too gray looking at Safari. Thank you for brightening it up! And thank you for making an uninstaller!
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5
Anonymous
25 June 2003
Version: 3.0
Worked great! Also a added side benefit. . . . It uses less memory!!! From 4.5% to 2.5%. The is a little harsh after looking at the grey but if it uses less memory, I'll get used to it in time. I have lots of memory,but I like to see apps. run lean. All in all, real sweet!
(0)
4.5
Anonymous
24 June 2003
Version: 3.0
Now I wish you'd develop a choice of aqua colors.
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his dudeness
01 February 2003
Version: 1.3
Hey muggsy, submarines kick butt dude! loved it, and I agree about the brushed metal thing... :)
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1
Anonymous
17 January 2003
Version: 1.3
Completely unnecessary. I prefer the Aqua look, but 14 megs for a little interface hack is too much. Get Unsanity Metallifizer. You can use it to disable or enable brushed metal in any cocoa app, not just Safari. (unsanity.com)
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Anonymous
16 January 2003
Version: 1.3
The problem with receiving 1.1 is because our domain name is in the process of being transfered. 99% of ISPs have already transfered the domain, but yours probably hasn't yet. You can download the latest version, 1.3, only from our new server. Here is a link that will work to get the new version with uninstaller - http://scifie.tempdomainname.com/SafariAquafier.dmg.sit . I'm sorry for the trouble.
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Ichabodvic
16 January 2003
Version: 1.3
I've downloaded Aquafier several times now only to receive version 1.1 each time. As a result, there is no uninstaller. While I thank you for the freeware, I don't like the all white "aqua" look. I want to revert back to the brushed metal. [Without doing a reinstall of Safari if possible;-)]
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Anonymous
16 January 2003
Version: 1.3
The uninstaller is on the disk image file that you download.
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1
Anonymous
16 January 2003
Version: 1.3
But Muggsy, ya ARE in a submarine! This is just white and more white. I'd rather the very narrow band of brushed metal than endless white upon white. DULL. Makes my bloody eyes hurt. The bars are still the same...just plain old washed out...white! Use Explorahore if you hate what Apple does so much. In fact...just go ahead and switch right over to XP. Plenty of fake aqua in there.
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Anonymous
16 January 2003
Version: 1.3
It works as promised, but the downloaded version is 1.1. I would really like this to be fixed so I can uninstall the changes if I need to.
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4
Anonymous
16 January 2003
Version: 1.3
OK. Where's the Uninstall promised with this version?
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5
Muggsy
16 January 2003
Version: 1.3
Ahhhhhhhhhh! Much better. That brushed metal look makes me feel like I'm in a submarine or something. Aqua is much prettier. More airy. Now if we could just do something about those navigation icons. Yuck!
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Anonymous
15 January 2003
Version: 1.2
good
(0)
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