Open program without Vista Aero.

Discussion in 'Sidebar & GUI Customization' started by AndreasC, Jul 1, 2008.

  1. AndreasC

    AndreasC

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    Hi.



    I would like to open for example Mozilla Thunderbird without having Vista Aero visuals applied to it. I have a theme applied to Thunderbird, and usually it should cover all of the application window. But in Vista, the title area of the windows is Aero.



    How can I get rid of Aero in specific applications?
     
    AndreasC, Jul 1, 2008
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    WAW8

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    You can't -- the theme selected in the dialog box applies to all windows and desktop elements. Know of no way that you can turn it on or off by application.



    If you want more customized "skinning" features, suggest you look into WindowBlinds. It allows a lot of flexibility regarding settings.
     
    WAW8, Jul 2, 2008
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