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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:47 pm 
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Hello, long time no communication. :)
I have a problem with lack of skinning text information,
concerning small icon skinning text on 1st column, large icon skinning text on 2nd column.

The skin text below used to work before,
with older Windows 10, and older Classic Shell v4.3.0

Now all the proper icons don't show in 2nd column.
I have to select large icons for both columns, click the start button to get menu,
then click on settings to make 1st column small icons,
then by clicking start button again, icons show properly.

If I restart computer, I have to do the routine again. :(

What text can I put in, or take out to remedy this problem?
I like this different icon size feature, as it is similar to XP menu.
See picture for better explanation of what's going on.
No rush for answer.





OPTION RADIOGROUP="Icon size 1st column",0,SMALLICONS|LARGEICONS
OPTION SMALLICONS="Small",0
OPTION LARGEICONS="Large",1
OPTION RADIOGROUP="Icon size 2nd column",0,NOICONS2|SMALLICONS2|LARGEICONS2
OPTION NOICONS2="None",0
OPTION SMALLICONS2="Small",0, TWO_COLUMNS, 0
OPTION LARGEICONS2="Large",1, TWO_COLUMNS, 0




;first column
[SMALLICONS]
Main_large_icons=0
Main_icon_size=small
Main_icon_padding=4,4,4,4,100%
Main_text_padding=1,3,8,4,100%


[LARGEICONS]
Main_large_icons=0
Main_icon_size=large



;second column
[NOICONS2]
Main_large_icons=0
Main2_icon_size=none
Main2_text_padding=1,7,8,7,100%
;Main_no_icons2=1


[SMALLICONS2]
Main_large_icons=0
Main2_icon_size=small
Main2_icon_padding=4,4,4,4,100%
Main2_text_padding=1,3,8,4,100%


[LARGEICONS2]
Main_large_icons=0
Main2_icon_size=large


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 10:58 am 
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maybe shell32.dll or imageres.dll do not have 24x24 icons

(sorry for bad spelling)

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 1:58 pm 
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Good questions, but I never modify system files anymore,
I believe Windows will fake an icon size, when not available in the icon file.
Icon sizes in CSM settings are set at default. Also, the picture I supplied is reduced in size.
They are really 16/32 icon sizes. :)

I did a little research. I tried StarFox classic skin on Win7 OS, with CSM 4.3.0
The small icons 1st, large icons 2nd option works as it should.
That skin also has an option for no icons on 1st, with no icons, small, or large icons on 2nd.
That also works. CSM took about 5 seconds to reconfigure something, then worked correctly.

I then upgraded CSM to 4.3.1
Now I get the same issue with the icons not refreshing all of the 2nd column showing most as white icon,
Using the no icons option on 1st, large/ small icons not showing anything at all on 2nd column.

I think it does not have anything to do with operating system.
Just something has changed a little in CSM v4.3.1
Doing the switching large icons on 1st, to small icons routine at least temporarily fixes problem.

I still wonder if it is the text "Main_large_icons=0" that I put in, is confusing the logic?


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