Haven't tried it yet, but hopefully Aluminum v1.0.8 theme now works with Duality again. Here's where you get it, scroll down to the bottom and click on the link for Aluminum v1.0.8. News at 11.<br><br>EDIT: I tried it, but can't get it to work. I get "error creating Aqua" alert message. If anyone gets it to work, please post.<br><br>http://homepage.mac.com/cyber_thief/customize/themes/aluminum.html<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mikeb_X on 05/11/02 09:02 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
But I use MetamorphX instead of Duality. However, when I was using Duality I got a theme that gave me the same error message you got. <br><br>I opened/imported the theme into MetamorphX first, then closed MetamorphX - then moved the theme file to the Duality Themes folder and BAM... worked in Duality. You might want to give it a shot if you prefer Duality. It seems MMX does something to the file itself (because it changes the theme's icon as soon as you open it).<br><br>The theme that was giving me the headache was AlumiteX which is still my favorite theme.<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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In reply to MacGizmo:<br><br>Well I was able to get it to work with MMX. When I opened MMX, Aluminum v1.0.8 was just already there. Little hesitant to use MMX, but since I had just done a full backup a few days ago of everything, I figured what the hell. So it worked. Haven't tried switching around themes with Duality and then back to Aluminum though. Will try that sometime. For now I am just happy that I am able to use Aluminum again. It's quite nice. Interesting things to note in the screenshot. Either the Aluminum theme or MMX did some things which were not there before. The triangles indicating running apps changed to black from white, the Airport and Battery Monitor icons in the menubar are now colored. Cool. So here's the screenshot.<br><br><br><br>
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