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Refinery: Customising your Mac has never been easier.








Revamp the Dock With Refinery,

giving your Dock a whole new look is as simple as drag-and-drop. The Live Preview feature lets you see your changes as you make them, and you can export your favorite docks as Refinery Dock files, which you can import back into Refinery later. And it only takes one click to restore your Dock to its default state.



Customize the FinderChange

your Finder sidebar, toolbar, and alert icons easily with Refinery. Simply drag a new icon into Refinery, and press Apply to change the icon. You can also enable the viewing of hidden system files, enable a special path bar, as well as some other useful options, such as enabling the option to quit Finder from the menubar.



Refine your System

Have you ever wanted to change the background for the Login Window? Simply drop a new background into Refinery. Change the way screenshots are made, customize Crash Reporter, or change the Alert and Clipping icons. All of this and more is possible with Refinery. To restore, use the options on the bottom of the window.



Adjust your AppsRefinery

allows you to enable and disable hidden features in Mac OS X apps like Address Book, Dashboard, and Safari. For instance, did you know that you can have more than one window in iCal? Or that you can change how messages are displayed in Mail? These options can be enabled from the Apps section of Refinery.


Universal Restore

With Refinery, you never have to worry about things going wrong. The Universal Restore feature lets you restore all of the options in Refinery with just a few clicks. You can also use the more selective options on the bottom bar to individually restore certain sections of the Refinery settings. There are also restore buttons on certain option panels.


System Requirements

Refinery requires a Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6 (Leopard or Snow Leopard). Refinery is a Universal Binary, so it works on both PowerPC core and Intel core computers.

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