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Lost my theme :s


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Griffo2008

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I had the original theme that comes with Vista, but I started using skype and it said that it had a problem with the graphics of the application. I now can't switch windows using "windows + Tab" combination. It's not the end of the world, but I liked that feature and miss it lol. Also the "alt+tab" screen is different. I have been into themes in control panel and had a good look through it all, but can't seem to get it back. Any ideas?
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Hi there,

You need Windows Aero enabling for that function to work.....
Select Control panel > Under "Appearance and personalization" > select "Customize colors" > In new window select "Open classic appearance properties for more color options" > In new window select > Windows Aero > apply > ok.

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Thanks for the reply, but I've tried it, and there's no difference betweeen Windows Vista Theme and the Aero one.
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Thanks for the reply, but I've tried it, and there's no difference betweeen Windows Vista Theme and the Aero one.
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Thanks for the reply, but I've tried it, and there's no difference betweeen Windows Vista Theme and the Aero one.
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Thanks for the reply, but I've tried it, and there's no difference betweeen Windows Vista Theme and the Aero one.
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Thought that was your answer, sorry about that. If I turn Aero off I get the problem you describe, if I re-apply Aero it works fine. Try this site Here might help....

Kev..
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