Download and install the universal theme patcher [link] Extract content (THEME) into C:\Windows\Resources\Themes It is recommended to install the included Font Double-click on the ".theme" file "Cayon-X [Font Name].theme" Restart your Computer To get the full new interface (Recommended)
Credit Wallpaper By ~abdelrahman (Special thanks for him) X64 explorer frames by ~3ntr3ri (Special thanks for him) Icons kescowethianz by vampothika [link] For the one used in the preview I don't know the original author Led cinema Display by Nemed [link]
All instructions are written in the readme txt files
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If you look closely at the bottom closest to the taskbar, the blue frame around the start menu turns into a strange, jagged box...I'm wondering if it's maybe because I use my taskbar at the bottom of the screen, rather than the top. It's definitely not a big deal nor does it hinder my overall enjoyment of the theme, but it's a bit odd-looking and I thought I'd let you know all the same
I love this theme so much but the top bar is buggy with web browsers.
I copy you a comment that some guy did to Aaron theme +1 that has the same problem, just in case you would solve it too.
*SolMiler Nov 18, 2011 Looks great.
Please don't mind me suggesting something.
There is a way to keep light background in explorer navbar but still have internet browsers look right.
Use only black top part of the window images. Crop out 1x24 pix image from bottom light part and save it as basic_navbar.png . Also Change Window Frame SIZINGMARGINS to 10,10,6,0 to avoid top of jumplist being cutt off.
Go to: Toolbars, Headers and Rebar > Rebar > NavBar > Aero > Normal > Active (also to inactive and MAX active and inactive) > Background, and change BACKGROUT:NONE to BACKGROUND:IMAGEFILE
theng go to Toolbars, Headers and Rebar > Rebar > NavBar > Basic > Normal > Active (also to inactive and MAX active and inactive) > Background and use the bottom, light part of the window frame there. Here is the result: [link]
I love this theme and really want to use it, but it's not working on my computer (Windows 7 x64, patched with Universal Theme Patcher, fully updated with Windows Update).
The explorerframe.dll and taskbar work fine, but for some reason the borders of the windows (including the title bar at the top) still look like Aero. Any idea what's wrong? (This is with the latest version of the theme with no others installed. I've restarted and reinstalled a few times.)