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I just want to make sure i'm not "seeing" things..towards the bottom of the screen is this screen shot i've posted shows the color is slightly different the blue start button/menu bar..isn't it suppose to be the same color as the menu bar(blue)? I circled the questionable color in red-->Posted Image
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Did you install XPize or anything for themes
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try right clicking on your task bar and click on lock the task bar
if its unlocked it may appear 2 colours because of the dimensional look it gives
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try right clicking on your task bar and click on lock the task bar
if its unlocked it may appear 2 colours because of the dimensional look it gives

you are good sir! :whistling: that did the trick thanks alot rushin and keith, no I don't believe so..just curious tho' what is XPize?
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XPize is a GUI enhancer for Windows XP and above. It replaces most of the non-XP icons, avis and bmps that Microsoft has always overlooked.

The installer simply automates the process of replacing resources in critical system files, making your XP's look better.

It also includes some extras and a reloader, which you can use after visiting Windows Update.

XPize does not contain any spyware or ad-ware of any kind.

If you are not satisfied with the results, you can completely uninstall XPize.

XPize is compatible with any version (except x64) and any language of Windows XP (Home, Pro & MCE) and 2003.


Features
Patches more than 150 system files without user interaction.


Updates tons of old resources still existent in Windows XP coming from Windows 95/98/2000.


Gives Windows XP a fresh new look, with new animations, icons and images.


Installs some cool extras, such as a boot screen, logon screen, screensaver and more.


Lets you create a custom Windows CD using the I386 Patching feature.


Is compatible with nLite's hotfix integration.


Has advanced switches to let you install it silently and with the components you want.


System Requirements
Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 (any version (except x64), any language)
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thx keith :whistling:
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