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Windows 7: Windows Aero (Tahoma Font)

22 Nov 2012   #21

(win2k ... Win764)

Thank you Eric C for this very good work. I will introduce it to our clients as well.

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16 Dec 2012   #22

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit.

hi i have question - is this program reversible or i cant change it back after i use this.? thanxs
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19 Dec 2012   #23
Eric G

Windows 7 x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by oriyellow View Post
hi i have question - is this program reversible or i cant change it back after i use this.? thanxs
If you grabbed the "Windows Aero (Tahoma Font) Setup" download, uninstalling it via Programs and Features in the Control Panel will fully reverse any changes it makes to your system. If you go the manual installation route, you will have to be careful to backup any files before replacing them.
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08 Feb 2013   #24

Windows 7 Pro x64
Download-link not working

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Eric G View Post
Hi - those links don't work, they have *********** where the domain name should have been. Would like to try these as smooting edges only solved part of my blurry appearance :-)
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19 Feb 2013   #25

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Hi - those links don't work, they have *********** where the domain name should have been. Would like to try these as smooting edges only solved part of my blurry appearance :-)
Took me a few minutes to figure this out as well ...
I googled the last part of the URL "?246p3r27w2jp32w" and it came back with a mediafire link
Just replace the stars with mediafire[dot]com

Still a good link and the MD5 sum checks out.
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22 Feb 2013   #26
Eric G

Windows 7 x64

It looks like mediafire[dot]com has been censored on for whatever reason. I tried fixing the links in my original post, but with no success. 4spuds is right, just replace the asterisks with "mediafire[dot].com", and of course be sure to replace the "[dot]" with an actual period.
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02 Mar 2013   #27


Email to VistaStyleBuilder

Will you be adding windows 8 compatibility to VistaStyleBuilder?


Hi Boxr,

That's something we're working on; There's a beta build for Windows 8 on the forums!

Andreas Verhoeven

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17 May 2013   #28

Windows 7 32 bit

Hi all,

I've tried this program and found a strange thing: resulted font doesn't look like Tahoma in Windows XP This was the main goal I've download and installed it.

I think something works not correctly in this. Can anybody try to help me? I'm fond of thin Tahoma font in WinXP and Segoe is too ugly together with ClearType shit technology

UPD. Found the reason. I ran this prog not under administrator. Now all is correct.


UPD2. But somewhere fonts differ in XP and 7, for example in file context menu and in Firefox browser on the same site. Any ideas?
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03 Jul 2014   #29

Win7 Pro 32bit

I don't know if this is still supported and i don't see any way to message the original poster, but something may have happened during a recent update that made the modified aero.msstyles file to not be recognized by Windows and it disables all Aero themes as well as any non-classic themes. Replacing the original theme file fixes it, but stuck with the Segoe.
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05 Jul 2014   #30
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

Cosmitz, click on Eric G's user name in any post here> View public profile> You can leave him a visitor message. He may well reply when he next visits, as it looks like he is subscribed to this thread as well. A Guy
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