Probably some of you guys like to use leopard default features, but some of you may want to do some modification to the current look and feel, theme, the way it works, so that we can increase our productivity, fun and also mood. There is one software that can do most of the stuffs as what I have posted earlier here by using some terminal command line. LeopardMod is the name of this software. It has functionality to tweak finder, dock, dashboard, safari, menu bar, and also expose.
In the finder features, we can enable and disable list view stripes and full path names. We can enable choice of 2D or 3D dock, different grid stacks effects and add empty spacer to the dock for better organizing file. We do can enable and disable docks, and define sticky mode for the dashboard object/widget. Also enable page inspector for safari, debug menu and also pie chart loader for safari. We can also choose to set the menu bar to opacity view or translucent, or even with white, gray or high contrast.
There are a lots more software that can customize your leopard:
|1||Dock Doctor!||A Dashboard Widget that can change your dock to be 2D or 3D.|
|2||Color Doctor||Color your dock from color palettes.|
|3||Dockulicious||Theme your leopard dock to have another look and feel, and easily to revert back.|
|4||Stack it!||Just a tips from usingmac for creating different stack icons.|
|5||Quay||Make hierarchical menu structure from your dock.|
|6||Displaperture||Brings back rounded screen corners to Mac OS X 10.5 “Leopard”. Choose the corners you want rendered as round, choose their radii, and enjoy CRT nostalgia.|
|7||Opaque Menu bar||Turn the menu bar to opaque non transparent.|
I think so far this is all the software that I could found. You can read again about our terminal command line articles about leopard customization here.