Update for high DPI?
I tried it Gaurav.
Can only work in 3 sizes 100%,125%,150%, nothing else.
XPLuna TXT HDPI (text on blue bottom) and XPLuna ST HDPI (Standard XP look-a-like)
For Classic 1 & 2 Columns.
High Dots Per Inch experiment. Only available at 100%,125%,150%. Other percentages will not work properly.
As the bottom text is embedded into the bitmap, it's stuck in one place,
and everything else has to be adjusted to compensate for it.
What looks like qty one Classic 1 column, and qty 1 Classic 2 column menus from viewer point of view,
it really is qty 12 menu bitmaps!
It would be qty 36 menu bitmaps to have all colors. Too much work, so there is only the blue menu in this zip.
Not sure if this is going to work correctly, or not on a different computer. See PS below, for possible odd bug.
It has regular size XP menu with the text & square buttons on the blue bottom.
Has option to switch to 125%, so the text/buttons line up properly.
In Windows 125% setting-it works. In CSM setting to 125DPI-buttons go out of alignment. It is not same as percentage.
Starting point of 96 dpi = 100% So to get the extra 25% CSM would need to be 96 x 1.25 = 120 DPI. Then it works properly.
If CSM detects 150% text size, it turns on automatically to proper proportions. In CSM, that would be 144 DPI setting.
It can be quite picky about the exact required amount! Maybe wasted two days on it. Best to use Windows size adjustment in "Display Settings".
Well at least try it once, then delete if not happy.Note. The " XP ICONS.zip" name is a bit misleading. It has skins, .xml file, and XP icons all inside.
It requires some actions on your part to set it up:
1.Unzip the "XP ICONS" folder. Put it straight into Drive C.
(Don't hide it in another folder in Drive C)
2. Copy the "XPLuna TXT HDPI.skin" file, and put it in the skins folder of Classic Shell.
3. Open up CSM settings, select "XPLuna TXT HDPI" in "Classic with two Columns" style.
4. Click on the "Backup" button at the bottom of CSM settings. Click on "Load from XML file"
Open the "XPLuna TXT HDPI.xml" file in the XP ICONS folder.
5. Lastly, reset user name text in "Menu Look" tab, to default.
This should set it all up, so the original XP icons are showing on second column.
(It changes configuration, to link up to the XP icons, make so shutdown buttons get small,
and adds some blank spaces to push second column out a bit.)
If all this fails on a different computer, sorry, did the best I could.
I put another skin file (XPLuna ST HDPI.skin) & (XPLuna ST HDPI.xml) in the XP ICONS folder as well.
It is just the Standard (ST),skin. Does not need matching xml file, unless you want the XP icons.
It can have proper sizing in reg, 125% & 150%. Just nothing on the blue bottom,
which in some cases is better than a lot of tweakin with DPI.
Just before uploading, I noticed something weird about the "custom menu" item in "Customize Start Menu" section.
I have a custom menu item sandwiched in between column padding, and shutdown dialog. It keeps the run button from going on the blue bottom.
When 2nd column icons are turned on, custom makes an invisible space. Good.
But when no icons option is turned on, the custom space dissapears! Huh.
I don't know if it is a bug, or designed like that. Best not to use small icons, & no icons at 125%, 150%,
unless you put lots of items in first column.