Geekspiff has released ThemePark 1.0, the final release of the Mac OS X appearance application that’s been in public beta testing for over a year. “The perpetual beta is finished,” noted the developers.
You can create new themes for Mac OS X and change the appearance of individual applications using ThemePark; using the graphics editor of your choice, you can draw titlebars, buttons and other elements, then paste them into ThemePark to create a new theme or modify an existing one.
ThemePark provides the ability to merge your theme with an existing one; preview your theme while you’re working on it; save in-progress themes and see which areas you’ve worked on; edit resource files inside many applications; then export your themes in “dlta” or “xscheme” formats to share with other users.
ThemePark costs US$20 to register. ThemePark requires Mac OS X 10.2 “Jaguar” or later.