anyone with a "little" experience can write instructions for that, but you never mentioned it in your previous version's tutorial. This ensured that newbies could do nothing.You need instructions for that? Chalo theek hai.. will include it this time
And personally speaking, I feel without macmenu hack, terminal can never, ever look like mac.
Then you could help by showing us any place where we can find the Neo Office theme for Open Office.
don't worry about the installer. One of us can take care of it. You have got suffitient pain in the a$$ by trying to name and resize each icon one by one.The next version (soon to be released) would be much more user friendly to install. I guarantee that
guess I talked too fast...This poor chap has already done that! Automated installer for the soon-to-be-released version of Mac4Lin in the form of a shell script
I heard that there are programs like NSIS for linux as well. Ones which have a single .bin file. Have you thought about one of those ?Damnit! If only I'd found you earlier! Actually QWERTY had done a small gui in pygtk. That thing met its pre-mature end! I guess I will ask QWERTY to work on it again for future releases
can you perhaps use a transparent png file instead of the current texture ?Not possible, boss You gotta use Compiz for that. That is one thing where prolly I need to do a lot of research to enable it yet not break the whole package.