Titanium7
Titanium7
7.4

3.0

Titanium7 free download for Mac

Titanium77.4

28 March 2004

Dark metal ShapeShifter theme with separated menus.

Overview

Titanium7 is a ShapeShifter theme that changes the entire graphical appearance of your Mac. This theme is a warm dark metal theme with some very unique menus with segmented sections. A custom Safari (use with SafarIcon), Camino, iTunes, DVD Player, and VLC skins are included. Comes with a dark metal desktop picture too.

What's new in Titanium7

Version 7.4 adds ShapeShifter 1.2 features.

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How would you rate Titanium7 app?

11 Reviews of Titanium7

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Anonymous
31 January 2004
Version: 1.0

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Beautiful. Simply beautiful.
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Ctre2
05 June 2006
Version: 7.4
hey man, this one is tight. it one of the most professional looking ones i have found yet.
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Anonymous
30 March 2004
Version: 7.4
The above account is a little off, but sorry for confusing you guys! And thanks for posting my theme! And sorry it is so Blah :-]
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Foulger
29 March 2004
Version: 7.4
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and those folk who write profound comments such as "blah" probably try the theme for a couple of minutes and find it doesn't come up to their aesthetic standards. I admit the theme is not 100% - to many shades of grey for my personal taste and not enough contrast BUT it is an alternative to aqua which will apeal to some users, so I say THANK YOU to the developer who has taken time to produce this theme and present it as freeware. Mr Blah - go write your own theme and present it to your peers
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MacUpdate-Lon
29 March 2004
Version: 7.4
Developers, in general, are often rather sloppy with regard to the version number that accompanies their app. A 'GetInfo' command issued against a given app used to be something one could rely on. No more, not in OS X. I do not know why so many developers have, in general, gotten careless with what is one of the single most important and basic things from the end-user standpoint: "Which version is this software, exactly?" Many developers simply do not adhere to a standard of making sure that their software's version number is determinable via a 'GetInfo' command. I see it every day. It's certainly frustrating. In this instance, the developer states (he submitted the app to us via our email submission procedure) that the version is 7.4 but the download itself appears on the desktop as "Titanium7.3.sit", it unstuffs and produces a folder labelled 'Titanium7.3 Folder', the ReadMe in the folder states that it is version 7.3... what is a user to think? Naturally there is confusion on the user's part. Then someone will post in the reviews: "Hey MacUpdate, what is up with that!?". And then we get to try and figure out whether the developer made a mistake in the submission or is it a typo, or what. We then have stop what we _were_ doing and go back to check the application's page here at MacUpdate and the developer's website to double- or triple-confirm what may or may not be the correct info. A 'GetInfo' command is no longer a reliable proof of exactly which version a given software really is. To add more aggravation, some developers do not even have a website where we might go to double-check the pertinent info of an app. More fun every day!
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Anonymous
29 March 2004
Version: 7.4
Blah... as with all the other themes... just... BLAH.
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Anonymous
29 March 2004
Version: 7.4
I find most ShaperShifter themes, like the old Kaleidoscope, puke. They are ugly and unusable. This one is no exception.
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Anonymous
29 March 2004
Version: 7.4
Wohaa ! This update is great. Beautiful indeed :-)
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Anonymous
28 March 2004
Version: 2.0
I would love to see a light version of this similar to milk, the menus look awesome.
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Anonymous
28 March 2004
Version: 2.0
superb theme - excellent design and great looking. keep up the great work!
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Anonymous
01 February 2004
Version: 1.0
I am a bit dismayed by your use of pieces from Max's Brushed themes, rather than creating your own. The back/forward buttons in the Finder, for instance? Please try to be a bit less lazy. These pieces stick out like a sore thumb.
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Anonymous
31 January 2004
Version: 1.0
Beautiful. Simply beautiful.
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