Looks like [I’m not the only one] who hates Snow Leopard’s blue ring around selected windows in Exposé.
Thankfully, we don’t have to live with such monstrosities. Here’s a quick fix to free yourself from the blue haze. Fire up Terminal.app, then:
cd /System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app/Contents/Resources/ sudo mv expose-window-selection-big.png expose-window-selection-big.ugly sudo mv expose-window-selection-small.png expose-window-selection-small.ugly sudo killall Dock
This will disable the blue rings altogether, but you may want to replace these two images with some custom ones that look a little cooler instead.
Let me know via the comments or on [Twitter] if you find some replacement images!
[My friend Doug] provided some [drop-in replacement images] that are a huge improvement. Just drop them into the directory after renaming the default images. So after step #3 above, do:
This will open Finder in the current directory. Now drag the replacement images into this directory, provide your password, and kill the Dock.
sudo killall Dock
: “http://twitter.com/dougneiner/status/3679180990” : “http://twitter.com/jerodsanto” : “http://www.google.com/profiles/douglasneiner” : “/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/expose-rings.zip”