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vinifera

where are saved DWM colors?

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I don't see they are saved in .theme file

yet I don't either see any reg call within .theme file from which its called

in other words, when you change your "glass" color and save as theme

where are those colors stored ?

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They are in .theme file.

Under VisualStyles > ColorizationColor= "whatever your colors are"

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Here is an example from a .theme file I have on hand:

[VisualStyles]
Path=%SystemRoot%\resources\themes\Aero\Aero.msstyles
ColorStyle=NormalColor
Size=NormalSize
ColorizationColor=0X6614A600
Transparency=1
Composition=1
VisualStyleVersion=10

The ColorizationColor in this case, 0x6614a600, the part in bold is the hex value. More information here:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3560890/vista-7-how-to-get-glass-color

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see the reason I asked is, because I copy pasted that value from 1 theme to another

and 2nd one didn't even changed the color to one from 1st

could that be also hardcoded into .msstyle perhaps ?

if someone uses vista style builder for example ?

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If your second theme doesn't have transparent frames and taskbar ( they are png images in msstyle ) then you can't change color of theme. If they are transparent then you should be able to do so.

I just try it to change color as you in this one and it's work.

P.S. sorry for bad English.

Edited by 351837
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