This little utility makes your menu bar in Leopard opaque, so that you can not see your desktop background image through it.
Required OS: not specified
Now, 10.5.7 has this feature natively.
Ok, so how do you revert back to the default Leopard menu bar?
Also, it would be nice if you could see something to tell you how grey it's going to make it, instead of guessing based on a percentage.
Play Casino on your Mac -
Most casino games like online slots can be found online in native Macintosh applications or Flash/HTML5 browser version if you know what online casino to play at.
You can check out what apps your friends are adopting by going to the
friends page on your profile and clicking on the more link on the right
hand side. Of course, you can also subscribe to this as a RSS feed.
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