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NaDer_GenKO

AVIs & Icons Resource Collection of Shell32.dll

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I found a lot of people asking for Avi resource of Shell32.dll (Like me :lol: )

So I decided to share what i found of Avi's Here. and I hope that help evry one Search for that.

This package contain the best AVIs that i found. and it Contains the 3 following. (Each AVIs have a preview) Here

(Thanks for members help)

  1. Like vista & Very Nice one (Merged) Here
    (*and please read this post Here)
    vistaavife6.th.jpg + nicecopydi6.th.jpg
  2. Rolling Here
    streetfc7.th.jpg

Vista Icons for Shell32.dll (238_Icon)Here

vistaiconsou9.th.jpg

and if you have some Avi's. Please share it here

Edited by NaDer_GenKO
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Maybe u should always add a preview... It would be better...

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Maybe u should always add a preview... It would be better...

Thank you.

I'll attach the pic today :yes:

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:hello:

a lot of avis could be found on http:// www. wincustomize.com /skins .aspx?libid=35

:thumbup have fun :thumbup

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:hello:

a lot of avis could be found on http:// www. wincustomize.com /skins .aspx?libid=35

:thumbup have fun :thumbup

Thank you very much :thumbup

Very good site

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good idea for sharing this nader thank you.

feel free to ask for any resources you want

and i will Help as possible :)

Edited by NaDer_GenKO
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I just wanna say thanks for the nice AVI's

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In effect I'm a bit surprised. It doesn't seem to be that much about shell32 avi out there on the net. Anyways, here is my little contribution to this post. This page contains several avi theme to patch your shell32.dll.

Themes available:

Aqua

Crystal

Crystal MX Tux Version

Gant

Gant2

Gorilla

MMX

Slate (!)

Snow e2

Umicons

Umina

Umina2

Some of this names might be familiar to ya modders!

Enjoy and thanks to Saverio80 for collecting them. :thumbup

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Why not making your own AVIs it ain't hard... Any wishes? Not promising but If I find some time I'll make some...

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Why not making your own AVIs it ain't hard... Any wishes? Not promising but If I find some time I'll make some...

That'd be great!! I wander what it'd take really to make them on my own. All in all I think a 3D software is required in order to make good quality ones..or at the very least ImageReady and Photoshop. Not that cheap... :whistle:

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:sneaky::whistle: Yea... You need Photoshop and some program to animate the AVIs (I use Atani) so...
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Can you edit this "move" AVI look like this "copy" example AVI?

Can you make it the same size, speed, and also can you add the fade effect to it?

http://www.mediafire.com/?csjt4gzr0dy

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It is totally impossible for me to do anything since I am (unfortunately) using a very old PC and the software needed is not available to me atm. Sometime soon...

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Can you edit this "move" AVI look like this "copy" example AVI?

Excellent example, ricktendo. Are those .avi files from Windows Vista?

Can you make it the same size, speed, and also can you add the fade effect to it?

Yes you can, provided that you have the right software (see above my other reply). I see if anyone at CGTalk wants to engage in a little 3D animation for this purpose. Surprisingly, Deviantart's artists don't seem to have even considered the customization of such resources...now as I see it, you people have the chance to be pioneers in this...or almost :whistle:

Cheers

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Surprisingly, Deviantart's artists don't seem to have even considered the customization of such resources...now as I see it, you people have the chance to be pioneers in this...or almost :whistle:

Well my sig explains it all :D...

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As I understand Vista does not use AVI files but yes they are like the ones from Vista

And yes that is correct, I have not been able to find a "Move" AVI to match my "Copy" and "Delete" AVI's. Hopefully it can be edited to look like the other 2

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Hi jbharti,

What you wait to share it.

if you need any help just ask me ;)

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Did you animate these yourself?

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Hi all,

For how facing Random Movement in vista AVIs kindly do the following:

Just open 'Shell32.dll' file in Resource Hacker and then goto:

Dialog -> 1020 -> 1033

and Replace the line begin with "CONTROL "", 106, "SysAnimate32", ......etc "

with the following code:

CONTROL "", 106, "SysAnimate32", ACS_CENTER | ACS_AUTOPLAY | ACS_TIMER | WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE, 0, 0, 237, 25

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