CaminIcon allows you to change the Camino user interface by installing icons and other application resources such as nib files and preference panes. CaminIcon comes bundled with a small set of icon themes. CaminIcon copies graphic user interface files (toolbar icons, etc.) from its own Themes folders into the Resources folder of Camino.app and replaces the originals. The application previews the new icons in a simulated browser window.
Pros: If you use Camino and desire a change of scenery, then CaminIcon is for you!
CaminoKnight automatically updates Camino to the latest nightly version. No user intervention is required, everything is fully automated.
Pros: If you use Camino and like to live on the edge, then CaminoKnight is for you! CaminoKnight will automatically download and install the latest development copy of Camino, but not before it creates a backup copy of your previous Camino installation, just in case.
Cons: CaminoKnight makes living on the edge easy, but nightly builds are not for everyone. Sure, some nightly builds offer new features and new bug fixes, but others offer plenty of new (and sometimes critical) bugs. This is, of course, to be expected. Bugs are part of the development process. If you want to live on the edge, you must be willing to accept the consequences.
If you’re looking for a good laugh, stop by your local arcade and play through the original X-Men arcade game. The original X-Men arcade game is one of the most poorly translated games of all time. It’s packed with tons of memorable battle cries, like “I am Magneto, you are nothing!” and “X-Men, welcome to die!!”
Of course, it is important to remember that nothing will ever top Zero Wing in the category of “poorly translated games”. Zero Wing features such memorable soliloquies as, “All your base are belong to us” and “Somebody set up us the bomb.” Zero Wing’s grammatical mishaps have earned it a significant cult following, and one can usually find elements of “All your base” featured in many games, movies, and editorials (like this interesting piece of political commentary).