Way to make Windows icon lettering transparent?
I know there's some reg. hack or program that can do this so I don't have to worry about my background color matching my desktop wallpaper in Windows. Thanks.
i beleive i used winboost 2000 to do that once...or was it winboost99
first of all, download this (4kb) , then if you dont have it, you will need to download VB40032.dll .
hope this helps.
chris aka flash4master
To create an icon with no name attached:
Make sure NumLock is on
Highlight the Icon you want to change
Right-Mouse click and select Rename
While holding down the Alt key, type 0160
Now the icon will have no name below it.
To Create Multiple Icons with No Name - From John R.
Follow directions detailed above
With the second icon simply add one space-bar character AFTER
the 0160 number.
Each successive icon gets an additional space-bar character at
the end (to prevent a duplicate naming error).
I have a nice little program that will do that...email me and I will send it to you..
scratch that...flashmasters works great
[This message has been edited by codybear (edited 10-07-2000).]
I've used this one for a very long time. www.pobox.com/~jayguerette/transparent
There are two really good programs that I use for this and other purposes. Both can be found at http://www.downloads.com.
1. Desktop Architect - A much better theme manager than Microshaft could have ever came up with and freeware to boot.
2. E-Icons - An Icon manager that allows iconic themes to be used.
Try 'em and I think , no I know that you'll like 'em.
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