OS X Leopard is a skin featuring a design similar to Apple’s OS X Leopard.
OS X Leopard is a part of the OS skin pack which includes five skins:
- AIMXP Blue
- Vista Basic
- OSX Leopard
- OSX Leopard White
Each skin is included in the pack, you do not need to download them separately.
Adding skins to Aim 6 requires the knowledge of using zip files, overwriting a file, and navigating folder directories. If you have trouble with any of these concepts, be sure to read an in-depth tutorial which details the process for you.
The instructions will install the skin at a specific directory highlighted in green. Since the theme supports an obsolete AIM version, it is recommended you download Aim 6.8 at websites like oldversion.com. The instructions will assume you have Aim 6.8 installed.
For more information read the last page of the in-depth tutorial on skins and their compatibilities.
Warning: Installing any skin pack on this site will overwrite existing custom skins. This skin pack ONLY contains the skins listed in the introduction. Before continuing please be sure you understand the concepts of opening and extracting a zip file.
Currently this skin pack supports Aim 6 version: 184.108.40.206
To check your AIM version number Open AIM.
Click: Help > About AIM
- How do I install this skin on a different version number!?
1. Extract themes.box and select Yes to Replace the existing themes.box file at the folder:
2. Extract blgadgets.box and select Yes to Replace the existing blgadgets.box at the folder:
3. Extract “aimxp” and “leopardosx” and “vistabasic” folders at:
4. Close AIM completely and Restart AIM, then select the skins from the theme icon.
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