Windows 7 Look Policy
Last published: August 23, 2015 by 'klnsrgn'
Defines 70 Classes
Extends 88 Classes
UI look policy that resembles the default look of Windows 7.
Will look odd on other OS (wrong menu colors etc).
- There are settings that control the look of certain widgets (VW Settings -> Look and Feel -> Windows 7)
- Some widgets do not respect all widget settings, e.g. progress views are always displayed as horizontal bar.
- Sliders are bitmaps and therefore need some minimum space, otherwise they are clipped.
Contact: h . kleinsorgen - at - gmail . com
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Copyright (c) 2010 Holger Kleinsorgen
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