On an higher level, UNO's main goal is to enhance aqua interface consistence, by making all elements look and feel as one.

Please check interacto.net GUI section for screenshots and more info.

On an higher level, UNO's main goal is to enhance aqua interface consistence, by making all elements look and feel as one.

What's New:

Support for Mac OS X 10.4.10 or newer (except Leopard).
Added full support (UNO Blue; UNO Graphite; UNO Shade Blue; UNO Shade Graphite and LCD fix) for iTunes 7.3.1, while maintaining support for iTunes 6 (6.0.2 or later).
Fixed an issue that would produce an error when uninstalling if current iTunes version was newer than the one available when UNO was installed.
UNO no longer tries to change iTunes if its version is unknown (no more 'blank music panel').
Fixed UNO behavior escaping spaces on paths on Japanese systems. This misbehavior was preventing UNO from being installed. (the oldest UNO bug is now fixed thanks to Yuji Tachikawa - (http://homepage.mac.com/yujit_achikawa/))
Added Japanese localization courtesy of Yuji Tachikawa.
Only MD5 is now used for self integrity verification (CRC32 checks were removed because there are a lot of users with 'messed up' Perl setups, therefor unable to run CRC32 nor install UNO).
Removed the 'Uninstall' option. Now UNO uninstallation relies exclusively on the Backup that it creates at '/Library/Application Support/interacto.net/UNO/guifix/ '. Please keep your backup healthy and use the 'Restore from Backup' option to get rid of UNO.
Removed all the original GUI resource files from UNO's bundle.
Reorganized toolbar.
Changed the DMG background.
Updated online FAQs and ReadMe.
Correct the 'Bundle ID'.
Other code optimizations and cleanup