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Windows 7 basic (non-aero) theme edit question
I am using this theme:
Windows 7 Basic Black by ~cryeR on deviantART
I really like this dark basic theme, but when I press alt-tab, the application switch menu still has a blue background and I would like to change that.
I have opened aero.msstyles with a resource editor but I cannot find the image amongst hundreds. How would I go about finding which image is the background for the alt+tab menu in the non-aero basic theme?
Any guidance would be appreciated, thank you.
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|11 Feb 2013||#4|
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I use Ave's Windows7 Style Builder to edit custom themes, once a theme is saved with Windows Style Builder the image number changes, Windows Style Builder breaks it down in sections like Start menu, Taskbar, Explorer, etc. so I went to the alt tab area and looked at the images and in the properties it shows the image number.
The default aero theme will have different image #then a custom theme because of the way Windows Style Builder saves it.
If you can post a screenshot of the menu you are talking about so I can see it and get you the right image #.
Use these tutorials for posting screenshots.
Screenshot with Paint
How to Use the Snipping Tool in Vista - Vista Forums
Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums
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