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Universal shellstyle.dll -Win7 by Satukoro Universal shellstyle.dll -Win7 by Satukoro
A completely universal shellstyle that I made for Windows 7 themers. Every element that you have previously had to open the shellstyle in order to modify has been altered to run off of global attributes. In short, the shell uses values from the msstyle, such as Window/Text color and more.
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:iconvitormanuel:
Thank so much...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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:iconwinplayboy:
can we place this shellstyle.dll into the system32 folder.........

I think yes.....what is your comments on this?
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Satukoro Jan 25, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
It's intended for use in %WinDir%\Resources\Themes\*Theme Name*\Shell\NormalColor\
I don't know if it would work in %WinDir%\System32\
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:iconwinplayboy:
It does not change the font of buttons of run dialog.

Any suggestions?
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Satukoro Jan 18, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Shouldn't that be done through the visual style?
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:iconwinplayboy:
Tried to do so with no luck..........
All other button font size changed but that is only remaining.......and some other dialogs too.......

Check your Visual styles as well....I am sure they are not changed in your VS too...
that's why I am thinking that It is coming from shellstyle..

Any help will be usefull as I am working on New VS for Win7
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Satukoro Jan 19, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Are you using WSB?
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:iconwinplayboy:
Have you altered all the values to run from global attributes?

I am just a new themer so do not know much about shellstyle....

Does not it also removes the blue left background which comes in control panel Navigation/Category Panel?

anyway nice work..........
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:iconjannikarts:
:/ didn't work for me
Windows Classic theme was set and explorer windows don't show up correct...
(I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate x64)
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