Nope, that's not a touch screen Mini 1000 there - though I wish it were.
With my trackpad back to its senses (it's no longer annoying me by randomly refusing to work) and Snow Leopard as stable as it can get (no more enigmatic kernel panics since I opted to just give up on Leo + Snow Leo dual-boot and erased the 30 gb partition I installed it on), I'm left with not much to do with MacBook Mini.
So I tap my inner Obsessive-Compulsive self and go sticker happy once again.
In homage to the MacBook Air's keyboard, I created some stickers for Command and Option keys of the Mini 1000.
No, I did not use some fancy Photoshop tricks cause as odd as it sounds - being as immersed as I've become in hackintoshing - saving image files from .jpg to .png and vice versa are the only stuff I know how to do with Adobe's glorified-by-the-masses application. Given that major default, suffice it to say for the sake of keeping this post informative as the rest of my blog, I hope, is, I used iWork '09 Pages to create the stickers.
You can download the .pdf version here. (Don't I just love how one can create .pdf's from most any file on the Mac? :D )
Instead of physically swapping the "windows logo" key and the "alt" key, I think this is closer to a real MacBook keyboard.
I applied the stickers first then covered them with my ever reliable "frosted-glass-zagg-mock-up-protective-film"
Now I'm debating whether I go on creating a whole slew of stickers for my entire keyboard to achieve this:
or is this enough?