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As a suggestion...when you have time, skin the explorer buttons and the menu buttons. In order to be complete you really need to have those skinned. It would be nice also to skin the More Programs button but even some of the top skinners skip that one.
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Comment #18 Sunday, November 27, 2005 11:01 AM
Thanks for your prompt reply regarding my transparency question. I saw in skin studio you are using this file when I clicked on the preview backround: wb5\1StartPanelPlacesList.tga
This allows transp and transl boxes to be checked and is producing an excellent translucency when clicking START. I tried copying this attribute for use in an active window but could not get the transp/trans buttons to work. If the .tga is working for the "Taskbar" how can I get it to work as a transp for all windows? I don't think it is a problem with the image format. If you still think the images are a problem, you can send the images to my email is email@example.com Is this a common problem others are having with the trasp effect as far as only getting the XPTaskbar window becoming transparent?
Thanks in advance for all your kind help.
Comment #19 Sunday, November 27, 2005 11:34 AM
|I'd like to see them all with opaque backgrounds|
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Comment #1 Friday, November 25, 2005 5:22 AM