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MAKING YOUR KDE LOOK LIKE A MAC OS X

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Many people are interested in getting their linux or BSD desktop interface to look as much like Apple's very successful OS X gui as possible. Now, I am well aware that many others are not thus enamored, and in fact profess a real dislike for the look. This article is NOT being written for the latter, and please if you don't like the OS X, don't write and/or comment and put it down. Just ignore this article. But for those of you who are interested in reproducing that look on your linux desktop, here is a step by step method for doing so on the KDE desktop environment. It is not definitive, nor the final word on the subject, but it will give you a pretty good start. Here are a couple of examples:

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I really like the Baghira theme, however every time I try to use it, it starts eating system resources. Additionally, it seems Firefox doesn't like it of you use Baghira.

Any ideas?

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