Unify Safari
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Add/remove metal look to Safari.   Free
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Unify Safari is a small Applescript application, designed to switch Safari's interface to the new unified toolbar appearance (like Mail.app) in Tiger. It works in English localizations only, and assumes Safari is in the default Applications Folder. Make sure your Safari is also properly named.
What's New
Version 2.1:
  • Will automatically back up Safari Skins download window
      Version 2.0:
      • Completely redone in Applescript.
      • Installer now offers uninstall option.
      • Installer is no longer destructive, ie, should not break Safari
      • Now properly listed in Browsers category
      • Smaller download
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Safari.



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ver. 2.x:
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RoadTripDK commented on 02 Jun 2006
Woops, I spoke too soon. The downloads window doesn't seem to have been "unified". (Safari Version 2.0.3 (417.9.3) and OS X 10.4.6)
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RoadTripDK reviewed on 02 Jun 2006
Wow. Thanks Carlos. I just tried this on Safari Version 2.0.3 (417.9.3) in Tiger and it worked like a charm!!! I second the motion for a similar utility for other Apple apps.

Very strange with Apple's inconsistent user interface look. They have always been the most consistent OS interface maintainer, but with OS X, they seem as if they can't find the right direction. First Aqua, then brushed metal and Unify.

Keep up the good work Carlos.
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Anonymous reviewed on 28 Sep 2005
awesome!! any chance of making one for finder, ical and address book?
[Version 2.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 19 Sep 2005
This didn't work for me. No clue what I could be doing wrong. I have Safari 2.0.1 on the latest version of Tiger.
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Anonymous reviewed on 11 Sep 2005
Worked fine for me in Tiger 10.4.2, and Safari 2.0.1.
[Version 2.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jun 2005
Doesn't work for me. I'm not running Safari Enhancer or the Safari icon-changing app either. Safari retains the brushed metal look after every attempt to install the 'unify' look from the disk image.
[Version 2.1]

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Anonymous commented on 13 Sep 2005
does not work for me too, same problems with Safari Icon, Safari Enhancer, anyone can help?
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Anonymous commented on 26 Sep 2005
Have you tried Metallifizer?
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Anonymous reviewed on 20 May 2005
It worked for me like a charm--I did follow the advise of some on this board and backed up everything before attempting to run the script. Everything worked well and I have my Safari back to the way I want it to look. Thank you!!!
[Version 2.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 19 May 2005
Killed my Safari ... after running this, Safari complained about missing some resources and could not launch. Had to reinstall it from Tiger CD.
[Version 2.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 08 May 2005
Does not work!
[Version 2.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 07 May 2005
And for other Languages?!?
[Version 2.1]


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Downloads:12,730
Version Downloads:6,698
Type:Internet : Browsers
License:Free
Date:05 May 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Unify Safari is a small Applescript application, designed to switch Safari's interface to the new unified toolbar appearance (like Mail.app) in Tiger. It works in English localizations only, and assumes Safari is in the default Applications Folder. Make sure your Safari is also properly named.


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