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Bowtie Theme: Classic Clean v2 by Daenny Bowtie Theme: Classic Clean v2 by Daenny
My Bowlet "Classic Clean" is now updated and includes controls and a progress indicator. Click on the cover to toggle the controls. They'll fade out automatically after 5 seconds of inactivity.

I hope you like the new version as many people requested the controls.

A bug where the play button would not work has been fixed. The download is updated and I recommend you snatch that update.

Get (Mac OS X only): [link]

For those who feel distracted by the progress bar: Classic Clean (old version) [link]
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rebdo Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2013
i like this theme very much, but the progress bar dont work anymore...
Illusion8088 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013
Nice theme but can you please include rating on it? That's the only thing keeping me from using this wonderful theme.
KennyEcstacy Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
CAD plzz ????????
Dwarven24 Featured By Owner May 18, 2011
cool :D
blackzenit Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Yei, great. It would be cool if there were another version with a smaller artwork, for those minimalist people, ja (:
adrusi Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2010
perfect for a geektool setup of mine where a bunch of CDs are on a shelf and the one in front is bowtie!
fauxpeanut Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Nice, man!
Daenny Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for the love:)
mrgandi Featured By Owner May 31, 2010
my favorite bowtie theme but i have one question, when i click the html file and it loads the preview of theme. what do i do next to get that code into text edit so i can change something. specifically the color of the track position? i'd be grateful for any advice you can give/

Thank you
Daenny Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
You need to open the .html file in a code editor such as Coda, Espresso or Dashcode (you can find Dashcode on one of the DVDs that come with your Mac, it's included in the Developer Tools).

There is a section that begins with <style type="text/css">. Search for the hr { } rule and change the background-color attribute to a value you wish. You can learn more about CSS and colours here: [link]

Hope I could help you :) Have fun!
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