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Mac OS X Desktops: 4Q 2013

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Candybar isn't working with Mavericks :(

 

I'm not sure, but I think the dedicated GPU Ram increased. I think it used to be 768 MB with OS X Mountain Lion.

 

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Candybar isn't working with Mavericks :(

 

I'm not sure, but I think the dedicated GPU Ram increased. I think it used to be 768 MB with OS X Mountain Lion.

 

 

Candy's had its hard times with Mavericks before.  :laugh:

 

You know, we both have the same Mac, just that you have an i7. I'm really curious to know if mine can actually do 1GB, but I'm still on Mountain because my Apple PF's say not to upgrade til the software's (including Java) fully compatible.  :/

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Candy's had its hard times with Mavericks before.  :laugh:

 

You know, we both have the same Mac, just that you have an i7. I'm really curious to know if mine can actually do 1GB, but I'm still on Mountain because my Apple PF's say not to upgrade til the software's (including Java) fully compatible.  :/

I wonder if it really gives me some extra performance because of these 256 MB ?!

 

I didn't know that I shouldn't upgrade due to compatibility problems. 

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I wonder if it really gives me some extra performance because of these 256 MB ?!

 

I didn't know that I shouldn't upgrade due to compatibility problems. 

 

I wouldn't be able to tell since I don't even play games due to being busy with all of my personal work..and work.

 

For me it's different when it comes to compatibility, because I work in the sales department of Apple. Even the update of Safari 6.1 on Mountain Lion can affect me. As a developer, I'm anxious to upgrade and keep everything up to date.

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Candybar isn't working with Mavericks :(

 

I'm not sure, but I think the dedicated GPU Ram increased. I think it used to be 768 MB with OS X Mountain Lion.

 

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wallpaper?

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Very old-school and ghetto setup. Running OS X 10.5 on a very old Celeron D desktop. My first successful Hackintosh.

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Just using the Halloween theme from my Live Wallpaper app.

 

 

 

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So I've had Gundam Unicorn earlier this year, and now it's thanks to an awesome guy I met who I complimented when I saw this illustration on Dribbble. I was dying to get it as a wallpaper!  :D  It's so beautiful.  :cry:

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I'm just waiting for someone find the way to turn the dock in black. I hate the silver one!

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Just added the ios7 style icons to my Mavericks install.

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Finally managed to customize Mavericks :)

 

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Finally managed to customize Mavericks :)

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Replacing the icons is fairly simple, but just long because Panic won't updated Candybar anymore.

And I still cannot turn my dock black! My menu is already black!

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Replacing the icons is fairly simple, but just long because Panic won't updated Candybar anymore.

And I still cannot turn my dock black! My menu is already black!

 

I think it's because Panic is so focused on Coda 2 and Transmit, they're amazing apps btw, but I think they have a limited team.

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I think it's because Panic is so focused on Coda 2 and Transmit, they're amazing apps btw, but I think they have a limited team.

Well, they made themselves quite a huge studio for the small team. (See their blog).

They should just release the code or something. People would certainly do something with it.

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Well, they made themselves quite a huge studio for the small team. (See their blog).

They should just release the code or something. People would certainly do something with it.

 

I'm confident it'd definitely make a huge impact, I'm wishing I could modify my dock as well. My new Gundam wallpaper deserves a whole new style suited towards it.

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Replacing the icons is fairly simple, but just long because Panic won't updated Candybar anymore.

And I still cannot turn my dock black! My menu is already black!

I actually used IconBox to change the icons. It did a pretty decent job and worked for everything but the finder!

 

Can't change the dock though

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Finally managed to customize Mavericks :)

 

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what icon pack is that and what app did you use to replace them? 

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what icon pack is that and what app did you use to replace them? 

I used IconBox and the icons can all be found in my deviantArt favourites

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I used IconBox and the icons can all be found in my deviantArt favourites

Thanks!

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I actually used IconBox to change the icons. It did a pretty decent job and worked for everything but the finder!

 

Can't change the dock though

 

Cool! Does it work well?

 

You had to replace the Finder dock icon manually?

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Cool! Does it work well?

You had to replace the Finder dock icon manually?

I used it after they recommended it. Works well..

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Cool! Does it work well?

 

You had to replace the Finder dock icon manually?

It worked like a charme. I think it didn't change the finder icon, because I was already modifying the finder! 

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Can't remember where I got the wallpaper from, but I can send it to anyone that wants it.

 

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