Down with Aqua! ThemePark lets you give your computer a style of its own.
Use ThemePark to create or modify the way Mac OS X looks, as well as to change the appearance of individual applications. Just draw titlebars, buttons, and other widgets in the graphics editor of your choice, and move them into ThemePark to create a new theme or modify an existing one. Also use ThemePark to create icon sets that can change every icon on your system, even common document icons.
Chicken of the VNC is a fast, lightweight VNC client for Mac OS X. A VNC client allows one to display and interact with a remote computer screen. In other words, you can use Chicken of the VNC to interact with a remote computer as though it's right next to you.
Chicken features automatic server discovery via Rendezvous; an auto-scrolling full-screen mode; keychain integration; CPU performance throttling; smart unicode keybindings; mouse button emulation and native multibutton support; tons of supported transfer encodings including Tight and ZLib; and customizable connection profiles.
Chicken is hosted at SourceForge.
ShapeShifter is a revolutionary new product that lets you change the overall appearance of your Mac using 'themes'. We're not talking about just desktop backgrounds and icons here, we're talking about everything - the look of windows, menus, apps, buttons, absolutely everything. You don't wear the same clothes everyday, your house doesn't look exactly like your neighbor's - why should the computing interface you use everyday be any different. You personalize your physical workspace to suit your tastes and whims, so why not your Mac?
ShapeShifter is distributed by Unsanity, LLC.
Mighty Mouse allows you to customize your cursors with style - and it does so on the fly, without modifying any system files! Moreover, it allows you to customize all kinds of cursors available in the system - Arrow, I-Beam, Alias, Copy, Move and the Wait cursor. You can animate any cursor and import pre-made ones available at our website. Edit the cursors with the simplicity of copy-paste and drag-and-drop, then hit Apply, and you got it!
Mighty Mouse is distributed by Unsanity.
Whenever iTunes syncs with an iPhone, it creates a backup of the files on the device. It can be interesting to look at these backups, but a bit of work is necessary to get access to them. I've whipped up a quick and dirty application to display the most common cases, iPhone Backup Slurper.
iPhone Backup Slurper is open source and can be found on its Google Code page.
ImageUnPreMultiplier is an application droplet that will premultiply or unpremultiply bitmapped images.