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    Posted: 24 June 2008 at 12:14pm
i have seen in this forum that somehow having a manifest is a bit of a problem.  this code/module is not own by me. i have forgotten who is the real author as i am using this code for a long time.

for those of you who wanted to somehow have theme on their applications, i am attaching code/module so that it will be easier for you to have manifest in your applications.

uploads/20080624_121203_modXPStyle.rar

all you have to do is call the XPStyle in your Main() module

sample code:

Sub Main()

     XPStyle
     'Call your other routines here

End Sub

as i have told you i have been using this module for quite some time now.
for any question you are free to send me PM.

good luck!

younicke



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote origos Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 10:49pm
I don't understand what is this code for.
I just copy ANY manifest into the folder, rename it after the EXE and my App gets XP/Vista/Windows 7 Style.
What is this code for?

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Originally posted by origos origos wrote:

I just copy ANY manifest into the folder, rename it after the EXE and my App gets XP/Vista/Windows 7 Style.
Please explain in more details what you actually are saying and doing here.
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