UnoAquaTunes7
UnoAquaTunes7
1.0

3.3

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UnoAquaTunes7

1.0
23 September 2006

iTunes 7 resource adds Aqua elements to UNO.

Overview

UnoAquaTunes7 is a collection of iTunes 7 resource file that adds Aqua elements to the bright UNO design for OS X.

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8 UnoAquaTunes7 Reviews

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ochyming
23 September 2006

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Should i put this inside UNO´s contents folder?
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Version 1.0
Alanm
01 November 2006
I tried this before Aqua4iTunes, and as previously mentioned, the resources are all wierd and there is no installer. I recommend Aqua4iTunes which has UNO resources in aqua and graphite as well as a lighter UNO version. http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/22881.
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Version 1.0
Arroyodorado
24 September 2006
Well, sorry, but I have to say: nice try, but not the real thing... The scrollbar caps are definitely not real Aqua but somewhat sclaed to wierd shapes. Also many resources are still this strange new alloy-plastic-whatever-look and not smooth Aqua. There are a few iTunes resources mods out there and probably the best is the one from IceSpectre. Go for it on macthemes.org. Sorry to the author of UnoAquaTunes7, maybe you take a look at his work - well actually none of the two are original works, but copied and pasted resources from iTunes 6... Anyway, nice try. Hopefully Apple gets the message from all the forums and boards... 8-)
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Version 1.0
Arvidtp
24 September 2006
ahhh… much better!
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Version 1.0
Norm3
24 September 2006
Perfect, I've been killing the non-Aqua interface on iTunes 7 since the mods became available, but they all forced me to retain the standard darker tint on the window. I've used Uno for ages now (please Apple use a consistent UI in Leopard!) and althogh the Aqua mods were better I really needed this one - thanks very much.
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Version 1.0
Thenarrator
24 September 2006
I think there is a little bug when you change from list or coverflow to list with covers. It only changes the view after you moved the cursor.
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Version 1.0
Larsen2k4
24 September 2006
Sorry, an install instruction will follow next time ;-) Anyhow: Just copy the file into the iTunes Resource folder ( Applications -> Right click on iTunes "Show packages contents" -> Navigate to Resource folder -> Replace iTunes.rsrc file) (And yes, UNO isn't really "needed" but makes more sense ;-) I hope you like it anyhow :D
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Version 1.0
Noraa
23 September 2006
Well, some installation instructions would be nice...but it certainly does work well! For anyone struggling here, the iTunes.rsrc doesn't go inside UNO at all, but inside iTunes (I doubt UNO is really even need, it may just look funny) Right-click on iTunes, and get Package Contents. Open up the Resources folder. There is an item entitled iTunes.rsrc. Replace this item with the iTunes.rsrc that you download here, and all of the wonderful aqua elements will return!
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Version 1.0
ochyming
23 September 2006
Should i put this inside UNO´s contents folder?
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Version 1.0
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Noraa
Noraa
23 September 2006
No, it goes inside the iTunes resource folder. Right-click on iTunes, and get Package Contents. Open up the Resources folder. There is an item entitled iTunes.rsrc. Replace this item with the iTunes.rsrc that you download here, and all of the wonderful aqua elements will return!
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Version 1.0
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  • PPC 32
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