Hey there, thank you so much for your Work your effort. Me and a lot of other guys just love your Mac OS X Lion Theme for Ubuntu.
Unfortunatly it doesnt work anymore with ubuntu 12.04. Which sucks even more, considering that 12.04 is a LTS Version...
Would you please customize the Theme for 12.04? We promise we wont bug you for the next 5 years - LTS You would make a lot of ppl very happy by that. I'd be even willing to pay for that Theme...
Actually this is the reason why i decided to move completly to Ubuntu. With the Original Ubuntu Theme by Canonical i would not switched to M$ a long time ago. But with the look of your theme its simply beautiful [link]
The close/min/max buttons on the Unity Panel aren't changing because the theme author put the unity folder in the gtk-3 directory instead of on the same level as it. I believe you can simply move this folder out and have it change; however, it uses bizarre, non-OSX-looking buttons for the unity panel. You can correct this by finding the original OSX button elements in the theme folder and copying/pasting them into the Unity folder and renaming them accordingly. In order to refresh the theme on your screen, you'll need to go into gnome-tweak-tool and change the gtk+ theme to something else and then change it back to OSX.
I installed this, everything is in the right folders, yet I have white text in the Global Menu bar. Any way to fix this? And can we get an icon for the Workplace Switcher? I hate that black box with a gear in it.
I had the same problem: white text on top panel. Indeed, I have put your folder in \user\share\themes. But there is no folder like home\.themes (I pressed Ctrl+H in order to see the hidden folders, but .themes still, was not there). What can I do? Thank you.