Version: 1.5.2 || Release Date: 2007-07-15 || License: Freeware App Owner: rumpelstilzchen

UNO derives from the Latin word for one and stands for "as one".
UNO is the root of Unity.

UNO is a theme that brings the sunken unified toolbar/titlebar look&feel to every single window on your system (metal or aqua, and already unified windows as well).

On an higher level, UNO's main goal is to enhance aqua interface consistence, by making all elements look&feel as one.

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Their website is down, and has been for a while... if anybody has a link to a backup copy...

Here is the crucial difference, from the unifier website itself:
"Partially, because it only applies to Cocoa applications. Not carbon, this shouldn’t be a big problem because more and more developers use Cocoa nowadays, but apple mostly doesn’t ! The “Finder” for instance is a good ol’ Carbon application."

How is this different to Application Enhancer's Unifier?
in here

Very cool, I really like it, but iridium is just a little better for me.

Aquatunes give you further control in iTunes.

Awesome. I'm actually surprised by how inconsistent the user interface was before now that I've changed. I love UNO!

The latest release has no effect on the Apple or Spotlight menubar logos. The program is safe and has no effect on performance. An uninstaller is included, but once you try it I don't know why you would want to be without it. Completely freeware. No nag screens or annoyances, but there is a small, hard to find, donation link on the devs website.

I beg all of you to try this out, just for the off chance I ever have to use your mac. Its just not the same without it.

Re: ver 1.3.1

Chances are, this will uncompress to a .dmg file that won't mount.
For those of you having this trouble, try this:

DON'T double click on the .bz2 file, just REMOVE the .bz2 extension so you are left with "uno131.dmg" alone and then double click that. It will go through the verification process and then mount the .dmg

...Hope this helps :)

@Thiffany, no it isnt dangerous. It's like Aqua4iTunes but for the whole mac interface and allows you to go back to the previously saved scheme prior to a software update for instance.

Make sure you use the latest version of this before you upgrade to iTunes 7.

Is this dangerous at all...?

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