Opaque Menubar for Leopard


To change the transparent menubar of Leopard to something solid via the terminal,
        sudo defaults write /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.WindowServer 'EnvironmentVariables' -dict 'CI_NO_BACKGROUND_IMAGE' 0.63
Note – The “0.63” can be changed to any number from 0 to 1.
Then restart your computer.

To restore the original menubar,
        sudo defaults delete /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.WindowServer 'EnvironmentVariables'
Then restart your computer.

[via ars technia]

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One Response to “Opaque Menubar for Leopard”

  1. room34.com | Room 34 Multimedia » A configuration-based solution to the translucent menu bar in Leopard Says:

    […] and noticed it was opaque. I can’t find the original source again now, but I’ve found another blog that mentions it. The code to execute at the command line […]


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