ThemePark
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Mac OS X user interface theme editor for OS X 10.4-10.6.   Free
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Use ThemePark to create or modify the way Mac OS X looks, as well as to change the appearance of individual applications. Just draw titlebars, buttons, and other widgets in the graphics editor of your choice, and move them into ThemePark to create a new theme or modify an existing one. Also use ThemePark to create icon sets that can change every icon on your system, even common document icons.

With ThemePark, you can:
  • Create guiKits for use with Unsanity's ShapeShifter;
  • Create new themes or icon sets using your own graphics;
  • Merge
What's New
Version 4.1:
  • Added transparent support for 10.6's modifications to the SArtFile.bin format. 10.5 files will be automatically converted and you can save to either format.
  • Added tagged copy/paste so you can copy arbitrary images one from one file and paste them into another without the element selection or the image sizes being identical.
  • Changes made to Extras.rsrc will now actually stick when you apply the theme.
  • Resolved an issue that could prevent a portion of an image from being editable.
  • Resolved an issue that caused scaled images to appear distorted. There's still more work to do here, though.
  • Resolved many issues that could arise when changing the size of an image.
Version 4.1:
  • Added transparent support for 10.6's modifications to the SArtFile.bin format. 10.5 files will be automatically converted and you can save to either format.
  • Added tagged copy/paste so you can copy arbitrary images one from one file and paste them into another without the element selection or the image sizes being identical.
  • Changes made to Extras.rsrc will more...
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.4 or later






ThemePark User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 4.x:
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Lvdoc commented on 04 Aug 2010
Does anyone know where I can find something like a master list that will tell me what each of the index codes refers to in the ArtFile and sArtFile files? I have the gist of what to do, but I don't know what all of these do. I've scoured the web looking for a decent tutorial, but the best I've found are a few codes on MacThemes. Thank you.
[Version 4.1]


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Zx reviewed on 08 Oct 2009
Thanks:)
[Version 4.1]


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KZX72 reviewed on 11 Sep 2009
ThemePark is a really nice *free* GUI themer. Be great if the program were updated for Snow Leopard.
[Version 4.0a1]

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Ben-Marko replied on 08 Feb 2011
They have released an update.
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Anonymous reviewed on 02 Jun 2009
I hope you can make themes without having to use that bug-ridden shapeshifter with this...
[Version 4.0a1]


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chrismcelligott reviewed on 23 Feb 2006
I love thing app, infact I find myself spending hours at a time inside it. And now that I can create my own Appskin templates, wow!
[Version 3.0]


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StevenJayCohen reviewed on 22 Feb 2006
I just checked if it does edit Extras2.rsrc.

The answer is NO.

So, since the themes I build do not rely on ShapeShifter (they are stand alone themes with their own installers), v3 of ThemePark is useless to me.
[Version 3.0]


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StevenJayCohen commented on 22 Feb 2006
Yes, but will it edit Extras2.rsrc?!?!

Without that, you cannot build themes for the Intel macs.
[Version 3.0]


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sannixtudio commented on 22 Feb 2006
Need....Unified....Window....Support
[Version 3.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 29 May 2005
Good program but you guys could lower the price a little bit.
[Version 2.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 26 Jun 2004
yeah, it's still too expensive... but it's still the best app for theme creations.

please lower the price a bit.
[Version 1.3]


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+55
John-Sawyer-CJS had trouble on 23 Feb 2010
ThemePark 4.1 isn't downloading from MacUpdate tonight, because the link goes to the www.geekspiff.com website, which isn't coming up tonight, so I got it from CNET. But that copy won't launch on my G4 running OS 10.5.8--it says doesn't support my Mac's architecture, implying it's for Intel Macs only. I've seen people have this problem before, and the developer says he's fixed it, and the system requirements posted everywhere ThemePark is available for download from, say this version is supposed to work under OS 10.5 on a PPC, but it's not working for me. Any suggestions?
[Version 4.1]

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John-Sawyer-CJS commented on 25 Feb 2010
Answer found, on this page. ThemePark 4.1 is for Intel only, as shown in the description in the right-hand column. I was looking only at the column on the left, which says just OS 10.4 compatible. Problem is, most other download sites flat-out say ThemePark 4.1 is PPC compatible. Go figure. www.geekspiff.com has disappeared anyway.

+35

zitronenmelissa rated on 03 Jul 2012

[Version 4.1]



Donald McDaniel rated on 14 Feb 2012

[Version 4.1]


Downloads:58,789
Version Downloads:17,241
Type:Utilities : Desktop
License:Free
Date:06 Oct 2009
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Use ThemePark to create or modify the way Mac OS X looks, as well as to change the appearance of individual applications. Just draw titlebars, buttons, and other widgets in the graphics editor of your choice, and move them into ThemePark to create a new theme or modify an existing one. Also use ThemePark to create icon sets that can change every icon on your system, even common document icons.

With ThemePark, you can:
  • Create guiKits for use with Unsanity's ShapeShifter;
  • Create new themes or icon sets using your own graphics;
  • Merge your theme with an existing one to use it as a base or to make small tweaks to someone else's theme;
  • Quickly preview your theme while you're constructing it;
  • Easily find the element you're looking for using ThemePark's smart organization, filtering, and inline hints;
  • Save in-progress themes and easily see which areas you've already modified;
  • Edit resource files found inside of many applications;


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