UNO
UNO
1.5.2

4.9

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UNO

1.5.2
15 July 2007

Bring a sense of unified design to Mac OS X 10.4.

Overview

UNO derives from the Latin word for one.

UNO is the root of Unity.

UNO is a theme that brings the sunken unified toolbar/titlebar look & feel to every single window on your system (metal or aqua, and already unified windows as well).

On a higher level, UNO's main goal is to enhance aqua interface consistence, by making all elements look and feel as one.

UNO is aimed to those who want a clean and un-osbstructive interface while keeping the best of Aqua.The unity level proposed by UNO does not compromises overall GUI contrast: UNO and UNO shade can be mixed up in order to achieve that usability goal.

UNO also fixes some Blue/Graphite appearance inconsistencies.

What's new in UNO

Version 1.5.2:
  • Support for Mac OS X 10.4.10 or newer (except Mac OS X 10.5).
  • Added full support (UNO Blue; UNO Graphite; UNO Shade Blue; UNO Shade Graphite and LCD fix) for iTunes 7.3.1, while maintaining support for iTunes 6 (6.0.2 or later).
  • Fixed an issue that would produce an error when uninstalling if current iTunes version was newer than the one available when UNO was installed.
  • UNO no longer tries to change iTunes if its version is unknown (no more "blank music panel").
  • Fixed UNO behavior escaping spaces on paths on Japanese systems. This misbehavior was preventing UNO from being installed.
  • Added Japanese localization courtesy of Yuji Tachikawa.
  • Only MD5 is now used for self integrity verification (CRC32 checks were removed because there are a lot of users with "messed up" Perl setups, therefor unable to run CRC32 nor install UNO).
  • Removed the "Uninstall" option. Now UNO uninstallation relies exclusively on the Backup that it creates at "/Library/Application Support/interacto.net/UNO/guifix/ ". Please keep your backup healthy ;-) and use the "Restore from Backup" option to get rid of UNO.
  • Removed all the original GUI resource files from UNO's bundle.
  • Reorganized toolbar.
  • Changed the DMG background.
  • Updated online FAQs and ReadMe.
  • Correct the "Bundle ID".
  • Other code optimizations and cleanup.
Check the complete history here

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Jcraig
15 July 2007

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Thanks for the update Pedro! UNO does what Apple hasn't, provide a consistent look across the board. Excellent!
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Version 1.5.2
Jynto
09 January 2012
I am actually using Snow Leopard 10.6.8, and I got a message saying that UNO detected 10.5 and can't run.
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Version 1.5.2
ShawnBoucke
21 January 2008
I just updated my computer with iTunes 7.6 on Mac OS 10.4.11 and UNO will not load saying iTunes is not supported. Please fix/update. This is an application that I love to use.
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Version 1.5.2
Bad-Jobs-Good-Jobs
07 November 2007
If you are on design, you should try "Smoothstripes" designed by Max Rudberg, a nice makeover to Aqua, looks better & more mature than Uno or Apples' Original Aqua style. You can download a standalone installer package for Tiger, so no need to pay for the buggy Shapeshifter. See & download the free "Smoothstripes" here: http://www.maxthemes.com/themes/?theme=SmoothStripes After installation have a look at the clear scrollbars and the beautyfull greyscale replacement for Apples' "brushed"-style, - for me it is nearly perfect, especially if you choose the "graphit"-variation
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Version 1.5.2
Hippeman
28 October 2007
I've been using Uno on Tiger for months without any problems (except for iTunes a while back). Now we've got Leopard I thought that there's no need for Uno anymore, but I'm wrong: The Leopard theme is much darker than the windows in Uno and is tiring my eyes. So hopefully Uno will come available for Leopard soon!
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Version 1.5.2
Zolo
24 October 2007
I think this is the only real solution to the chaotic interface that is aqua.
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Version 1.5.2
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Hippeman
Hippeman
28 October 2007
I've been using Uno on Tiger for months without any problems (except for iTunes a while back). Now we've got Leopard I thought that there's no need for Uno anymore, but I'm wrong: The Leopard theme is much darker than the Finder windows with Uno and is really tiring my eyes. So hopefully Uno will come available for Leopard soon. TIA
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Version 1.5.2
Bad-Jobs-Good-Jobs
Bad-Jobs-Good-Jobs
07 November 2007
If you are on design, you should try "Smoothstripes", a nice Aqua Makeover, looks better & more mature than Uno or Apples' Original Aqua style. It uses a standalone installer like uno, no need to pay for the buggy Shapeshifter. Download Smothstripes here: http://www.maxthemes.com/themes/?theme=SmoothStripes
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Version 1.5.2
Olduser
14 October 2007
Looks good, works bad. Have it installed on my PB G4 1GHz and now my USB-Logitch-Mouse don't respond anymore, I get lost clicks, no reaction on double-clicks, can't move windows by their titlebar and so on. Am I the only one with these problems? I tried twice, on fresh Tiger-installs, always the same, what's going on, any tips?
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Version 1.5.2
Francola
06 October 2007
Nice, but I love my menus striped and the bottom of my windows rounded. Please ad these as options. Thanks!
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Version 1.5.2
Handycam
30 August 2007
I can no longer launch UNO since iTunes was updated to 7.3.2. The installer only works on 7.3.1. I don't even want to modify iTunes, I just want to install/uninstall UNO.
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Version 1.5.2
Nithilher
20 August 2007
This is really an almost perfect theme for OS X. Finally, everything looks smooth and just gorgeous. However, there is one small thing which bothers me a bit, the menus. The original menus in tiger (OS X 10.4.x) have a very decent transparency and very light stripes. This gives them some structure. Now, in UNO, the menus are still slightly transparent, but have no stripes or other structure at all (e.g. a gradient). Thus, they look very flat and, in my opinion, a bit boring. More importantly, some apps such as Safari have some pretty big menus covering substantial parts of the screen. Without any additional structure, the UNO menus rellay destroy the otherwise nice 3d effect of the UNO theme. Is there a way to add an option to keep the original tiger menus? Or could the menus even be made more customizable? Finally, I would be very interested to see whether I am the only person around here who likes UNO very much but is a bit dissatisfied with the menus.
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Version 1.5.2
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star-affinity
star-affinity
23 August 2007
I don't have any problems with the menus looking the way they do now. I think the look is more clean without the stripes. The menus look "3D" enough to me because of the drop shadow. However I agree that it'd bee cool to be able to customize the looks of the menus. People have different taste and preferences. :)
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Version 1.5.2
Tupring
Tupring
08 September 2007
The stripes suck big-time and always will! There are plenty of other similar themes that keep the stripes. Just use one of those. I am looking forward to an update to support iTunes 7.4.x myself…
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Version 1.5.2
Mac-Adam
03 August 2007
U could not made a UNO what will support futur iTunes ??? Too Much Changes between versions ??? If you could, you will do no more loose your power for minors change ? And Let u more time for more news in UNO ?? Thanks for your Nice Works One More Time :D
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Version 1.5.2
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Splunk23
Splunk23
05 August 2007
Work great for me with iTunes 7.3.2!
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Version 1.5.2
Mac-Adam
Mac-Adam
05 August 2007
No theme change (Original iTunes) and cannot reinstall… Not work for me…
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Version 1.5.2
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