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  User Icon cathu2

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6/15/2009 2:08:51 AM


Is it possible to change the color of the toolbars in Windows 7 explorer & other programs to something other than light blue? I would like to continue to use the Aero Glass theme but I do not like the light blue color of all the toolbars. Thanks .

This post was last edited by Jedi Master on Monday, July 12, 2010 at 5:26:33 AM.
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  User Icon smajer

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7/10/2009 8:53:57 PM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by cathu2:
    Is it possible to change the color of the toolbars in Windows 7 explorer & other programs to something other than light blue? I would like to continue to use the Aero Glass theme but I do not like the light blue color of all the toolbars. Thanks .




Hello,

You can either create your own theme or try to hack it:

In Windows Vista, this should work the same way on 7, Microsoft has introduced new Explorer UI includes Navigation Pane, Forward & Backward buttons, Toolbars, Address bar, Search box, Detail pane etc…
Here is simple and straight guide to customize shell style…that helps to change colors of Toolbar and Detail pane.

Check out :
http://www.merawindows.com/Forums/tabid/324/forumid/82/threadid/30625/scope/posts/Default.aspx
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  User Icon ghoods

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1/19/2010 12:43:31 PM


I don't think that is possible without using a custom theme, sorry "Shell Style" would be more appropriate.!!


This post was last edited by ghoods on Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 7:10:34 AM.
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3/28/2010 7:12:30 AM



If you have know knowledge about this, please inform me.

I appreciate you !!
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  User Icon majorforum88

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4/7/2010 1:26:41 AM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by ghoods:

    If you have know knowledge about this, please inform me.

    I appreciate you !!
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lolzz its a good idea...
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7/12/2010 3:59:00 AM


depending on the type of circuit needing encapsulation (high vs low voltage, although this can work for hv if careful), using quality glass bead (the type for "sand" blasting) can be used as a encapsulating/insulating material, and/or a filler before using expensive high voltage encapsulating epoxy. it flows well into complex spaces/voids, etc. i use fine glass bead unpacked as a filler before using a quality epoxy to encapsulate (saves epoxy). my stuff is all "low" voltage. at 60vdc with electrodes at 0.1mm apart i was able to achieve 0.0uA (0.1uA is the best resolution my Fluke can read). i have not done any testing with higher voltages yet.

This post was last edited by Jedi Master on Monday, July 12, 2010 at 5:25:17 AM.
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