How To Completely Customize Your Mac

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paulh67

Fantastique ce chique tres bon and bloody well done :)

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paulh67

okay so we found the wallpaper yay for jay hows about the icons? any ideas?

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jaythemacguy

It's part of the Sticker System icon set from Iconfactory. I think there's 3 sets total that you can use.

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paulh67

Fantastique ce chique tres bon and bloody well done Jay:)

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jaythemacguy

Found it. Check out bit.ly/ra93aO

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Reneeeeee

Thanks so much!!

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jaythemacguy

You're welcome!

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iinami

jaythemacguy for president!

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paulh67

Its a shame that the original author of this article does not seem to monitor the comments section, you would think he would if just to bathe in the golden light of all the positive feedback such an in depth article should draw.... I can only assume that he is to modest to peruse the forums or to shy to bask in the glory of all this praise... or surely he would have answered all the calls for a link to the distorted colour chart wallpaper shown on the imac featured at the start of this article.......

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jaythemacguy

What he said!

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Rahm Kota

I'll add to the crescendo requesting a link to the wallpaper featured on the iMac. Pretty please???

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rorroman

Wallpaper, wallpaper, wallpaper, wallpaper........

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paulh67

as requested by the other who have commented here can you let us have a link to the desktop pattern shown on the Imac at the start of this feature please?

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talktothetoe

what about deeper by titanium?
it will change tons of hidden preferences.

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Reneeeeee

I would really like a link to the wallpaper featured on the iMac at the top of the article.

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paulh67

did you find the background?

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jaythemacguy

Where can I find the desktop wallpaper used at the beginning of the article?

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dcgallant

... where can I get it?

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Avenged110

If you want to change the login screen wallpaper, you don't need another program. All you have to do is navigate to System > Library > Core Services and replace the "DefaultDesktop.jpg" file with whatever you want (with the same name of course).

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