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Windows 7: Change textures - Explorer blue command menu aka folder-band


03 Jan 2011   #1

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Change textures - Explorer blue command menu aka folder-band

Hi@all and Happy New Year! btw.

Gents, which one file hold those blue-glas textures? i wanted to check some files with ResHacker, nothing found, what im doing wrong?

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01 Sep 2012   #2

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Although I can not tell you which images represent the folder band. If you would like to remove the band I can give you a link for a tutorial of how to do so. If I had to take a guess on which images hold the images you wish to edit, I would say your themes .msstyles.
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01 Sep 2012   #3

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Those are in the aero.msstyles look at screenshot for image #
Jerry
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