Just a port from my previous skin for window blinds, TerraNova[link]. Of course, this theme was a far different from the previous one. I just make it more sharp and clear to give a new look and gain its attraction. This theme gives user two options:either want a theme with address bar or without addressbar. Anyway, this vs still beta. So then please report to me if any bugs found asap. I need to fix it to enable this theme reach the final version. As reminder, please read all the notes given in the pack.Enjoy!^^
*Themes: TerraNova themes(Without Addressbar & With Addressbar)
*System Files: Explorer(32bit & 64bit)
*Notes: Installations Guide/Copyright Note /Several Important Notes
To apply the theme,
1. Copy all the items in the folder 'Theme' to c:Windows\Resources\Themes 2. Then, right-click on the desktop & choose 'Personalize' 3. Choose the 'TerraNova1' or 'TerraNova2' themes in the 'Installed Themes' section.
Notes1:After applying the themes, please makesure you've set the window colour to 'slate'/dark colour..to makesure this theme work perfectly to you.
Notes2: Please move the original system files first before proceed to the next step. Move it to a new folder in the desktop.
32bit: Right-click, take ownership for the original system files.For the explorer, just copy it into the folder windows.
64bit: Right-click, take ownership for the original system files.For the explorer, just copy it into the folder windows.
Notes:You're advised to make a backup of your available\original components before replace them with the components provided in the pack.
*Now, this theme available for both Windows 7 64-bit\32-bit.
*Makesure you've installed a good graphic card to enable transparent part to be seen
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