*Rightclick menu conflict solved *Startmenu conflict solved *TasbandUI Extended changed *Theme with addressbar & non-addressbar *Tooltip background changed *TrayNotifyLayout & Monthcal footer changed *Buttonface changed *Fixed taskbar, 22px to 24px(no more double taskbar) *Menu font colour fixed *Window border transparent *Startmenu changed *Startbutton changed *Taskbar changed *ExplorerFrame updated *Wallpaper updated *Full 32bit & 64bit support
Notes:I had change major parts here, actually, this is how this skin should be done from the beginning. I put its concept clearly with a new wallpaper.
Minimal concept with simple modification. Aero default themes edited simply & clearly with using simple resources in certain parts. I've change 50% of many important parts with a new resources made by my own. Anyway, I took about 3 days to finish this.
m8, make a single txt on how to install your theme. Mention uxtheme patcher as well. One readme that has 3 steps and afterwards instructions on copying files makes it confusing on what should one do first, and copying files is step ZERO (0) then 1,2,3. Also there is that other readme that mentions some previous steps that even haven't been mentioned anywhere. It is VERY confusing. I figured it out on my own but I needed to use system restore once since I f**ed up my windows7.
PS. bring back transparent taskbar and remove that horrible outline around taskbar buttons or at least make it gray (AAAAAA grey, or if you prefer RGB ~ 190/190/190)
having a little bit of a problem with the theme :/, the back and forward button seems to have not changed, plus the close, minimize, looks enlarge, is this a bug coz of my high resolution ? 1920x1080 is my resolution, is there any fix for this?
Sorry the right-click menu is unresolvable bug, it can only be fixed if I change the menu colour to white. I can't do that because it'll not match with the others. But I still keep trying to fix it just now. For the other one bug does not happened to me, just see [this]did you download the latest one?
It was because of the explorerframe.dll in C:\Windows\SysWOW64, when I replace that with the original it works. However, I get the old navigation buttons back when I do that. Maybe it has something to do with me using 64bit win7?
I see..just as you reported, it might be from the explorerframe.dll. Its function to replace your navigation button. How about you send a copy of your original explorerframe.dll to me, maybe after modified yours it'll be worked on your pc.
Nevermind, I got that fixed. Two remaining problems though; [link] 1. The navigational pane when saving and opening files through Firefox is gone. 2. There's still the little gap at the end of the context menus.