Changing the default value of buttonface

Discussion in 'General Windows Vista Discussion' started by zimbo, Feb 4, 2009.

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    zimbo

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    In some of the earlier versions of Windows, changing the [colours] properties in WIN.INI enabled the property buttonface to be changed to a hardcoded value. As Vista does not use WIN.INI for anything other than back compatibility, changing this property in here is useless. Does anyone know how I can change this colour to a custom one?

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    zimbo, Feb 4, 2009
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