Well, it seems that apple in the SArtFile still only applies to the solid menubar and not the transparent menubar. When replacing the apple in SArtFile with a completely empty png file and using the Vitae menubar which has transparency, the other apple from the transparent menubar is visible from underneath. When using a completely solid menubar however, the apple from underneath is no longer visible.
This means that if you want to change your menubar apple, your menubar must have no transparency, or your apple must have the exact same dimensions as the original apple from the menubar.
*edit* Actually nevermind, even with a completely solid menubar, replacing the apple still comes out looking stupid.
If someone else successfully replaces the menubar apple in Lion, let us know!
Last edited by thebassment on June 11th, 2011, 6:38 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I just tried these after the update. While ArtFileTool worked amazingly, I keep getting "Error: Cannot write images to specified directory" with this no matter how I tried to input the file paths. Also, when opening the actual tool, instead of showing usage directions like ArtFileTool, I get a "Segmentation fault: 11". If you could please point to what I need to do differently?
Apologies. In the command line tool itself I rewrote how it detects variables and it is in the incorrect order. It turns out I had already fixed this problem without knowing it before you posted that. I uploaded a new version.
Sorry to everyone!
Last edited by alexzielenski on July 22nd, 2011, 9:48 pm, edited 1 time in total.