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Replace resources in memory?

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Hello, I'm trying to do something similar to ThemeResourceChanger/ResourceSpy/OldNewExplorer, but am having trouble figuring out how to go about doing it. In theory, the DLL/program will check for UIFILEs/Bitmaps/other resources loaded by the system (for example, from shell32.dll) and load it's own in place of them (basically redirect the system to load those resources from my own files). I have no idea how to go about doing this sort of thing. I was wondering if anyone could show me some resources to look at so I can get started.

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You mean something *like* detours?




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