I have a few things I want to do to the login UI, but not the simple background change. I've already got that figured out. What I want to know is how to
a) Remove all text, including the user name from the screen(I've removed the Windows 7 logo at the bottom already)
b) Remove the user icon from the login screen, and the box that surrounds the user icon
c) Move the position of the password box to the bottom right corner of the screen
d) Remove the login button(the circle with the arrow that you press after entering the password) or move it with the password box to the bottom right because I can just press [enter] after typing my password
e) Move the switch user button to the bottom of the screen
I don't need specific instructions, but if anyone can figure out what dll or registry values and such control these things, I can figure the rest out on my own.
Pretty complicated, isn't it?
Bulldog7 has pointed me to the dll I was looking for... Now that I have extracted resources from the dll, and deleted a few, I am now looking at the login ui code... I can't understand it for crap, so if anyone is interested, I can send you the code I found or tell you how to extract it yourself.
Gah! so complicated!!! You may not hear from me for a while... It's not like I'll be spending more than an hour or two a day on this, and as you can tell, it's complicated, and looking at all this text is making me sleepy at 2am, so I may have to quit for the night.