Whenever I change my theme, even on the default Austerity theme my folder windows remain unchanged. They just look like regular Windows windows. What did I do wrong? I'm using the latest litestep, and Austerity, or ReLuna as my themes.
What are you saying, that "regular Windows windows" *are* affected by LiteStep? LiteStep does not alter your system look, unless of course you have the Syscolor module running which changes the colors of your windows and such. Is that what you're talking about?
When DeViLbOi sees this thread, I picture him giving his monitor the finger.
And to answer the question... Litestep doesn't skin your windows.
Oh man I see a locked thread coming fast!!! lol
Windowsblinds or Stylexp!
or UXtheme hack! (for VisualStyles)
nope...no locked thread this time. banned user. anyone else want a piece of me?
Ill take a filet...
maybe a side of ribs.
That come with fries?
That might have been a tad harsh. ;)
Nah, I like your style Devilboi (its all in the name!!!)
Hopefully someone will start a new thread.
Imagine the carcasses lining the forum walls :o
I dare ya!
ps: Ban xcal! (he dont do crap anyway!)
might have been harsh but hopefully it gets the point accross about reading sticky threads
I doubt it will have any affect.
Maybe have this thread as a sticky.
and Hilight all the text in RED!!!
I agree with fractaldesign, it's unlikely this will have any effect. People are obviously not reading any other threads before they post, so... *shrug*
might try making it a prereq (via cookie) that certain pages be viewed before entering the site propper (for first login only).
Use big print so people know it's IMPORTANT!!!
just a thought,
Yeah, thats the method they were contemplating on the eMule board.
1. Searched (for anything ;))
2. Read x no. of stickies
3. Downloaded a theme (check if its just a theme issue?)
4. Visited the docs page (even if there isnt anything there yet)
5. Jumped through hoops of fire
That would be cool.
And if the n00b tried to post before doing all of those things, they would be told the tasks they havent completed in their "quest for knowledge" or something...