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How to exempt an application from personalization settings
I am using a custom windows 7 theme that uses my preferred combination of window color choices etc.
However, this color scheme does become an inconvenience when I am working in certain applications like Autodesk and Photoshop as it makes their respective UI's very obscure.
Is there a way to exempt certain applications from personalization settings?
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