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Mods, I have a dilemma...
I see that Tiles only allows upload of tileskinzips. How does one include permission when basing the skin on another's work?
When I make a skin, my option is to create a tileskinzip. No option to add anything.
Haven't checked...but 'most' skin archive formats are simply renamed zips ...so you could try changing skin.tileskinzip to skin.zip ....open it and add whatever....then rename back...
had that same dilemma with vista logons 'til they changed it too.....
what I did and still now do.... is put the permission into photobucket and just link to it from the description....
Good idea! Thanks, Syd!
Lost in the ether, one assumes.....
The important issue is that the 'permission' IS included with the file....
Most uploads on WinCustomize accept .zip files. It's best just to zip all the files and upload them.
Why not just put the skin and permission in a folder then zip that. No fuss no bother.
same as LogonStudio....used to be... would only accept logon file extension..... there was no ability to select .zip at point of upload... it only showed allowing the logon extension... need to get the coding pigeons to pop the .zip option in...
Strange, it should have been set to accept .zips. Anyways, I've asked that it be added.
Ok, the Tiles gallery should accept .zip files now.
Thanks Spencer. You da man!!
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Use Stardock's Bootskins XP to change your XP startup screen easily without hacking
CursorFX is a utility which allows you to have much more flexibility in the cursors
you use to interact with Windows. CursorFX users can create and use cursors that
look and feel far superior to anything you've ever seen before! Best of all, it's
really easy to create your own super-charged cursors!
DesktopX is a program that lets users build their own desktops. It does this by
giving users access to desktop objects. These objects can come in all sizes and
shapes. They can have scripts attached to them, they can be combined together to
form mini applications or turned into an entire desktop.
Stardock DeskScapes is a program that allows users to have animated wallpaper on
their Windows 8, Windows 7, XP or Vista desktop. It supports playing video as animated wallpaper,
dynamically generated content as animated wallpaper, and more.
IconPackager is a program that allows users to change nearly all of their Windows
icons at once by applying "packages" of icons. A package of icons contains
icons to replace most of the common icons on your Windows PC.
Icons for applications and folders.
LogonStudio is a free program that allows users to change their Windows 7, Vista
and XP logon screens. It comes with several logon screens to choose from, along
with thousands that are available online.
ObjectDock™ is a program that enables users to organize their shortcuts, programs
and running tasks into an attractive and fun animated Dock. By allowing users to
have more control over how they organize their desktop, users can take control of
their desktop icons and shortcuts to have them be available when where and how they
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SoundPackager brings customization of your auditory experience to Object Desktop!
Users can now choose from "sound packages" to enhance their Windows desktop
experience. Over 30 different system sounds are supported; unique new Stardock Design
sound packages are included with the package.
Microsoft Windows® 8 is shipped without the "Start" menu. Stardock heard the cries from Windows 8
users. We put the "Start" menu back in Windows 8. We accurately recreated the most used desktop
feature billions of users depend on every day and packed it with additional functionality.
Theme Manager is a program that changes the look and feel of the entire Windows
environment. It works by talking to existing desktop enhancement programs and then
applying a MyColors or Suite file. In short, Theme Manager is a front-end to other
desktop enhancement programs to simplify the user experience.
The finest collection of desktop backgrounds on the Internet!
WindowBlinds changes the look and feel of your Windows desktop by applying visual
styles to your entire Windows environment. When a visual style is applied, they
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the Start bar, menu and more.
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