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If I want change Dialog command.How can I do?

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If I want change shell32.dll ->Dialog ->1020->

CONTROL "", 106, "SysAnimate32", ACS_TRANSPARENT | ACS_AUTOPLAY | ACS_TIMER | WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE, 7, 0, 236, 25

to

CONTROL "", 106, "SysAnimate32", ACS_TRANSPARENT | ACS_AUTOPLAY | ACS_TIMER | WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE, 0, 0, 252, 25

and change

1020 DIALOGEX 20, 20, 252, 99

to

1020 DIALOGEX 20, 20, 267, 99

What's command I need add in package.xml???

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W3bbo    0

You'll need to dump the raw binary DIALOGEX resource to disk, then use a tool like Visual Studio's dialog editor to make the changes and save it, then include the replacement with the following XML

    <patch name="Foobar" path="%windir%\system32\somefile.cpl" enabled="false">                <res type="dialog" name="1" lang="1033" src="Base\Windows\system32\somefile.cpl\1-1033.dialog"       />    </patch>

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