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Just Say No To Flash!
A Crystal Black Interface?
  • Black is beautiful!
  • Eye candy for those who work in the dark.
  • Automatic contrast color for text and images.
  • Backgrounds as dark as you want.
  • A unified look and feel across all your apps.
  • Custom application skins and over 30 white menu extras to go with that beautiful, glossy black menubar.
  • Specially designed system icons built in.
  • Four text color themes.
  • An optional, high-contrast appearance style for Safari.
  • Fully realized theme supports Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion.
Now You Can Paint It All Black!
Beautiful glossy buttons and widgets, based on the legendary Cathode theme for ShapeShifter
Supports white text as needed for proper contrast with black buttons and dark backgrounds
Custom mods for many popular applications
A full set of white icons to go with the Crystal Black menubar
Easily reinstall the custom Crystal Black graphics
Disable Crystal Black as needed with an easy-to-use interface
Enjoy the same essential text tools introduced in CrystalClear Interface
Indulge your weakness for HUD-style panels... Crystal Black draws them automatically!
CrystalClear Interface, Crystal Black and this Website @ 2008-12, Leland Scott, Musings from Mars
Why Use A WebKit Browser?

Safari 4 (or newer) and its open-source sibling, WebKit, implement CSS features that take hours off the time required to build a classy website. Previously, you had to use JavaScript, an image editor, or both, together with complex CSS styles to achieve effects such as drop-shadows, rounded corners, gradient backgrounds, or reflections. With the CSS advances in WebKit, you now just need to apply some simple CSS styles!

Besides saving development time, this also means fewer graphics, less code, and less download time. If you're using an older version of Safari, or of Firefox, Opera or IE derivatives, come back and view this site with WebKit or a WebKit-based browser such as Safari 4.0, Safari 5.0, or Google Chrome, or with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

Just Say No To Flash!