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    (How to) Change Windows Text Colours in the Shellstyle.dll

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    Is there a way for the fonts in windows explorer items view and navigation pane to use other color than the windowtext color? When I set normal state font color in itemsview and treeview it doesn't do anything. Is there a way to change it? If not in msstyles, maybe in shellstyle, or explorerframe? Thanks.
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    Re: (How to) Change Windows Text Colours in the Shellstyle.d

    Quote Originally Posted by placebo81 View Post
    Thank you Mr. Grim I just changed every instance of "windowtext" with ARGB values, but you didi the hard part. Thanks I used it in new Placebo theme Kitch Object and it works great (using dark explorer background with white text, and white window background with black window text for programs).

    Thats great, that's what I thought was so good about being able to set it there, I converted one of my themes over to the new Base style today and it has all the shellstyle properties in the msstyles, took a bit to figure out but it all works perfect now
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    Re: (How to) Change Windows Text Colours in the Shellstyle.d

    how hard was it to convert grim i mean to change it over to the new base could you just put the new shellstyle in theme folder or did you have to actually do all the properties and stuff we do on the themes to get all the new base stuff to show in wsb
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    Re: (How to) Change Windows Text Colours in the Shellstyle.d

    Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://www.virtualcustoms.net/viewtopic.php?p=40900#p40900
    nofx1994 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:40 am[/url]]how hard was it to convert grim i mean to change it over to the new base could you just put the new shellstyle in theme folder or did you have to actually do all the properties and stuff we do on the themes to get all the new base stuff to show in wsb
    Well I made lots of style hacks of my blade theme and used as many as I could to add it to the base msstyle and then had to go through and add all the bits the style hacks missed, took a few good hours.
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    Re: (How to) Change Windows Text Colours in the Shellstyle.d

    Another great tip, thanks much.
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    Re: (How to) Change Windows Text Colours in the Shellstyle.d

    All those fonts should be already linked to the msstyles. Where it says gtf(Class, Part, State, ID) navigate to the Class Part State in the msstyles.
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    what is the thing that is to be replaced..??
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    Thanks very usefull
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    Thanks for this. Helps a lot
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