When I slipstream Windows 2000 with IE6 using FDV's fileset, some icons lack alpha transparency. For an example of what I mean, please see this image showing a hard black shadow surrounding the "i" (information) icon, which should be a nice alpha-transparent shadow. Also, 32-bit system tray icons appear whitewashed. Others who don't use FDV's Fileset don't suffer from these problems.
I think it has to do with delreg entries in one or more of the fileset's INFs that relate to Comctl32.dll, but I'm not sure. Since I don't really understand how these INFs work, I'm asking here for any hints you can give me about which of the many delreg entries could be responsible. I don't know where to look, or for what to look.
As far as I know, it could be that the problem is nothing to do with delreg entries related to Comctl32.dll
I welcome any advice. I've searched the forums to no avail.
This post has been edited by bristols: 14 September 2012 - 10:15 AM