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iBaked by neiio iBaked by neiio
Welcome to iBaked for your Windows 7 desktop environment.
To get started you'll first need to make sure your system is patched to accept themes.
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Here is a more in depth article on installing Visual Styles or Themes...
How to Install Custom Themes
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If you have any questions don't be afraid to ask. 
Please consider including it in your :+fav:'s, as well as leaving a comment.
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SHELL32 + ExplorerFrame
www.mediafire.com/download/slu…
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cheers to my mates...
novoo & mangosango for the inspiration and resources.
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Comments and +fav's more than welcome!
Enjoy!

:bulletgreen: Jamie Green aka neiio.

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Given 2011-09-19
One suggester says: "iBaked by =neiio pushes the boundaries of common Windows 7 skinning, and makes for a clean tasteful desktop with just the right amount of elegance. My desktop has never looked so good!"

And another suggester says: "It's absolutely perfect- one of the most versatile, complete, and original Windows 7 visual style suites yet."

(suggested by ~0NLII and ~requestedRerun)
( Featured by OtisBee )
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sunkotora Featured By Owner Edited Sep 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
great theme
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DarkGreen18 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014
Only one criticism about this one is the lack of min/max button visibility
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RoadToMajesty Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2013
O.O
It's awesome :3
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Loftil Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2013
Wouahhhh wonderfull.... Thank you for sharing.
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Y-N-1-F Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Jamie, I wonder if you'd consider porting this to Win8 (and 8.1)...? Would look fantastic with the sharp edges.
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RevisionCuda Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2013
Confirmed that Shell32.dll does not work on Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64.
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Ch0c Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2013
godlike!
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EmeraldGrass Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2013
Alright. Read through every single page and every single comment. I haven't found a comment/reply to the shell32 problems yet. Explorerframe was easy, no issues. Replacing the shell32 though, my word. What the hell just happened. I'm scared to restart my pc. Takeownership - no problem; rename the file - no problem. Copy over the file to system32 folder and ... Nothing. No really, nothing. Comes up with all the asking for permissions, but nothing copies over. Nothing is placed in the folder. Now I tried to rename the original shell32 file BACK to its original name (changed from shell32 to "shell32Orig") and it will not rename itself back.

Now because of the past applying themes, I know that this file here can seriously mess up my pc and force to reformat. Again.

Now If I have to reformat, so be it. But what I would like is an explanation, or perhaps a work around. Or maybe if this problem is so consistent with other people, maybe include a warning in the folder saying "I don't know why this happens, works for some, doesn't for others." Understand you're busy and all, but unfair on the unexpected.
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EmeraldGrass Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2013
Aaaaand. Not even a system restore could fix this. Nor can my windows disk.

Shell32.dll is missing from your computer.

Fun!

Had to post this from my phone.
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Technosparks Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
you can rename it using command prompt via the startup repair.
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