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    Quote Originally Posted by joeri View Post
    The way I interpret "modern" as you seem to mean it:
    - large icons, simple shapes, gray, 2d
    - dark backgrounds
    - flat shading in some of the UI
    not quite:

    The windows 7 UI "glass" theme is nice and clean --- modern


    The Itunes 10 theme is really *clean* and modern. notice the lack of the *really ugly* and dated "blue gel" buttons.


    Do you need more examples?

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    I'm willing to pay for a custom theme and dataview xtemplates, but don't get any replies no matter where I turn. Not sure if it's not worth the time and effort or what!

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