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Windows 7: Dreamscenes in Theme

21 Nov 2010   #1

Win 7 ultimate x64
Dreamscenes in Theme

i wanna ask if dreamscenes can be used in themes like normal pictures... because if i try to add .wmw with .jpgs i cant see dreamscene files there

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