When i open an icon a second transparent icon appears in the same folder and stay. This works in Vista and Win7. I ran it manually and. Thanks for listening to my rant. In the right column, change lsShortcut to XlsShortcut.
Minimizing the software to the system tray is a preference option available in the main configurations for Norton Antivirus. In your Windows Explorer, click Tools on the menu bar, select folder options, then view tab, check show hidden files, folders and drives. Free for commercial use Include link to authors website You must: Include a link to the author's website You are free to: Use the icon for commercial purposes Share the icon Edit the icon Use the icon on merchandise for sale T-shirts, mugs etc. There's less malware because, well, malware writers don't give a flying fig about Macs. Nothing else unusual, except that I was prompted to hit F1 and also my clock reset itself in Windows. I will post screencaps tomorrow. I actually used this method: read this one as well more or less the same Anyone have any idea how to get rid of the arrows while keeping my icons from turning into black squares? A Invisible program icon pinned to the taskbar, and not opened or without the mouse pointer hovered on it.
The icon size changes, but the faint outline of the overlay remains the same size. This will show you how to have a transparent invisible icon for any installed program of your choice pinned to the taskbar in Windows 7. But it's a quick way of getting it done. I can do so in Windows 10, but a problem arises. Thanks in advance Hello Plainjane, : Either option in the tutorial below should allow you to remove the shortcut arrow without having the black square. If the background doesn't become transparent that means that it isn't of one and the same color.
I tried your application, but it doesnt seem to effect the icons. It's an ugly patch; an outgrowth of Microsoft trying to make an operating system into some kind of entertainment system. Then you can exit the Scheduler. Hello All, I was just wondering if anyone knew of a way to get semi-transparent desktop icons, like how the gadgets work. Info: Actual transparency means only transparency while moving or coping the parts of the icon. You are not going to be seeing any 'fixes' for that. Customization Hi I recently bought a new laptop with windows 7 home edition 64 bit.
Ever actually used a Mac? You can add the Norton Antivirus icon in the task bar's system tray, so you always have instant view of any updates or threats. I can personally vouch for this method. Info: 24-bit icons are displayed incorrectly in some systems and they should be converted to 256-color icons for proper displaying. Save the icon to a common place like you Desktop, and get a hold of Resource Hacker free to import it to a copy of imageres. How do I unblock it and save it to that particular folder? That right there says that Microsoft has very little confidence in it - and rightly so. Whereas I totally agree with Noel when he talks about learning safe computing, the real life is different. Though this looks promising, and just what ive been looking for Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hey, I'm just wondering if there is a way to make the desktop icons not show trough the transparent top border of an application? This is the behavior I want in order to keep the taskbar uncluttered.
Yesterday I ran into my neighbour telling me that his computer is a lot faster now that he got rid of his antivirus software. As it is it's more of a pain. Remember, if you are using 64-bit Windows, to make copies of both imageres. Now browse to the application you wish to run and enter it. In the Shortcut tab, click on the Change Icon button.
If your desktop icons are always the same, like recycle bin and three or four programs etc. Carefully here, use right tools! The Windows system tray is the right side of your task bar that holds icons for minimized software. Yesterday I noticed the icon gone. General Discussion Windows 7 registry scripts don't seem to work sometimes. And no, I don't think Apple has got it right across the board, but they certainly have some real improvements vis a vis Win7 in some areas. That little square that is left is annoying so I have to stick with the shortcut arrow for now. Now it's in a system-supported menu you don't even have to work hard to get to.
Carefully here, use right tools! I'd make some semi-transparent icons for each of them. Bottom line is Macs are just not mainstream enough to matter. It is possible : Just visit imageres. Maybe im just one of a kind here. Customization This is my first strange problem I encountered since signing up on this board.