Ok, so as in the title, for some reason the vertical taskbar tray arrow is using the horizontal image file in Windows 10 itself. Since it doesn't show up in the skinning preview for Skinstudio 10 I can't see it unless I apply the skin. It shows up fine as the imported image, but when I apply it, it's pointing to the wrong file. Is there some sort of coding voodoo I have to perform to get Windowblinds to use the correct image?
I've noticed quite a lot of "missing" button states like the mouse over state for the taskbar buttons, the horizontal tray arrow refuses to show any of the down states, and too many more to point out without writing the great American novel, lol.
Are these issues related to how Win10 works with Windowblinds, or is there some sort of unlock mode I need to perform, like with UIS2 borders? I can live with some of the missing states, but the vert tray arrow is currently becoming a complete pain in my keister, lol. Any light shed on this would be incredibly appreciated. I hate wasting my time if it's not going to look good, and function as expected. I might have to leave vert taskbar unskinned.
P.S. Here's a screenshot I built using example images to show what's happening.