It is really a very bad habit of so-called "new software"

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Anacunga
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It is really a very bad habit of so-called "new software"

Post by Anacunga » Fri Apr 11, 2014 3:23 am

Simple question: how can I turn off skins in the way that the program surface looks exactly as my OS; i.e.: if I have some violett/lilac (or what else - standard (non)color here is grey) WinXP-design that not only the system, but also all other software also use (that's with the three quadratic squares in the same color as the window itself - as in oldstyle Win9X/W2k etc.), how to tell SlimBrowser to do that also and NOT to use it's own design? The thing is that if I go to "View"-menu to "Skins" and "disable Skins", the design is NOT the standard design of the OS, but some SimBrowser proprietary special lightblue design (not so dark than slimblue).

So the simple question is: how to (really) turn off SlimBrowser's own design and use that one of Windows itself (and NOT the built-in light blue)?

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