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Windows 7: Start button changer disables the tooltip

27 Apr 2014   #1

windows 7 ultimate x64
Start button changer disables the tooltip

I have been using the start button changer from the windows club which works fine except that the tooltip no longer appears. If I change back to the original the tooltip reappears.
I can change the tooltip then using the start button tooltip text changer (sbttc.exe again from the the windows club) but as soon as I run the orb changer the text once again is gone.
Has anyone else experienced this sort of behavior and anyway around it.

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28 Apr 2014   #2
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

Welcome to Seven Forums aubsmm. I use the changer, but directly from Kishan himself, not via The Windows Club. It is likely all the same except the graphics though.

Windows 7 Start Orb Changer: Ultimate Tool To Change Your Start Orb | door2windows

I get tooltips still, so generally, it does not disable them. I take it you have tried different orbs, just to be sure? You might try downloading the linked version, and see if it has the same behavior. You could also try Startorbz

StartOrbz v3.1.a by Blizo on deviantART

StartOrbz - Start Orb Manager & Creator

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