Unifier
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Unifier was built to unify the look of Mac OS X 10.4. The latest version of MacOS introduced a new interface design: the unified toolbar/menubar look. You can find examples of this look in the new Mail.app. This haxie will let you enable or disable the unified look of any Cocoa application (Safari, Adium, Colloquy are examples of applications that will profit from Unifier).

Since Unifier uses Unsanity's "Application Enhancer" preference pane, it'll leave your system free from any modification. All the customizations of your GUI are done on the fly and only in memory.
What's New
Version 1.1:
  • Intel and PPC version.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Peter da Silva commented on 02 Nov 2006
Alas, like Metallifizer this is PPC-only.
[Version 1.0]


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David Zwerdling commented on 03 Jun 2005
Demetalifizer? Anyone?
[Version 1.0]

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Pierre Chatel (developer) replied on 03 Jun 2005
yes it shares the same interface than Metallifizer. BUT it's note the same haxie: metallifizer will only add/remove metal from cocoa apps, not unify them. Non-toolbar applications will lose their metal look in the unification process, which is why it has the exact same effect than Merallifizer on certain apps.
Read more on this subject at my homepage: http://www.chatelp.org/?s=haxies
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Anonymous commented on 03 Jun 2005
I think he was asking when demetallifizer would ever get updated.
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Anonymous commented on 03 Jul 2005
There's an alpha of Metallifizer for Panther that still seems to work in Tiger:
http://www.unsanity.net/beta/metallifizer-13a1.zip
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Anonymous commented on 04 Jul 2005
I think he thinks Aqua and Unified are the same look. Dumb.
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Anonymous reviewed on 03 Jun 2005
i followed the instructions, did all the "application enhancers" folder stuff and it doesn't seem to work
[Version 1.0]

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Anonymous commented on 03 Jun 2005
Working for me, love it applied to Safari. Make sure you log out/in after installing.
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Pierre Chatel (developer) replied on 03 Jun 2005
well... i can't help you much with so little details. Please email me with the exact steps you made to install and use Unifier. Or post it here.
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Downloads:4,732
Version Downloads:2,686
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:09 Dec 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Unifier was built to unify the look of Mac OS X 10.4. The latest version of MacOS introduced a new interface design: the unified toolbar/menubar look. You can find examples of this look in the new Mail.app. This haxie will let you enable or disable the unified look of any Cocoa application (Safari, Adium, Colloquy are examples of applications that will profit from Unifier).

Since Unifier uses Unsanity's "Application Enhancer" preference pane, it'll leave your system free from any modification. All the customizations of your GUI are done on the fly and only in memory.


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