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Windows 7: How may i enable the "command module"???

25 Mar 2010   #1

How may i enable the "command module"???

Hi all!

When i'm using a "normal" visual style (like native Aero), there's a "command bar" just below the "tool bar" in the explorer window.

I noticed that sometimes, with other visual styles, that command bar disappears and i thought it was like that... but when i edit with Windows Style Builder and do a test, it is there... .
(see attachments, in red the bar i'm talking about...)

Sometimes it's still there after applying the custom theme, then after a reboot... disappeared...

Is there a way to enable once for all that bar which i find useful???

Thanks in advance for any comment or advise...!

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26 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7 Enterprise RTM x64

Off the subject but I'm curious... What theme are you using?
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26 Mar 2010   #3


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fritz View Post
Off the subject but I'm curious... What theme are you using?

Hi! No problem...

Follow these two links and you'll know a bit more...
I'm still workin' on it (my first theme mod... ...)
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