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    So I was finally able to download and install the Red7 theme created by GSW953, and so far I really like it. But now that I have an actual theme going, I wanted to find a program that would change the way that my icons appeared on my desktop, and the Windows 7 file/my computer explorer windows without having to change every single icon individually. I am wondering if there is a program out there that will change the icons to whatever icon pack that I download, or if there is a tutorial on how to change the icon appearances which would allow me to change the way that my icons look without tediously changing every single icon one-by-one.


    I would like to send my thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Re: looking for a simple method to change the icon appearances.

    Have look here

    http://www.megathemer.net/showthread...stem-with-7tsp

    http://www.megathemer.net/showthread...her-%287Tsp%29

    http://www.xptsp.com/fixit/7tsp.php

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    • #3
      Re: looking for a simple method to change the icon appearances.

      :OMG: You were so fast with that response. Thank you for the links. You sir are awesome :D

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      • #4
        Re: looking for a simple method to change the icon appearances.

        that's how we like it so many have so much knowledge or know who does you usually get five or six responses but its late depending on what part of globe your on that is we are international.


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        • #5
          Re: looking for a simple method to change the icon appearances.

          Originally posted by NERD420Elite View Post
          So I was finally able to download and install the Red7 theme created by GSW953, and so far I really like it. But now that I have an actual theme going, I wanted to find a program that would change the way that my icons appeared on my desktop, and the Windows 7 file/my computer explorer windows without having to change every single icon individually. I am wondering if there is a program out there that will change the icons to whatever icon pack that I download, or if there is a tutorial on how to change the icon appearances which would allow me to change the way that my icons look without tediously changing every single icon one-by-one.


          I would like to send my thanks in advance.
          This sub forum [HERE] has a decent selection of the actual IconPacks used with the 7Tsp app.
          And, Check [HERE] for other IconPacks..


          Join us at deviantart.com - -Click on logo..


          Upload and share at our new YouTube channel - - Click on logo..




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          • #6
            Re: looking for a simple method to change the icon appearances.

            Guess you don't need me :Huh: you gotta alot of advice my friend! :good2:



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            • #7
              Re: looking for a simple method to change the icon appearances.

              Originally posted by IceBabee View Post
              Guess you don't need me :Huh: you gotta alot of advice my friend! :good2:
              I will take whatever advice I can. Everyone here has been a huge help since I joined. Without everyone's help I would be lost, so keep in mind that some time in the future I will be asking for your help -_^

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              • #8
                Re: looking for a simple method to change the icon appearances.

                No prob....I will help where I can my friend :grin::good2:



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                • #9
                  exactly what I was looking for

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                  • #10
                    awesome thanks for the info

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                    • #11
                      Thank You! This helps a bunch!!

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                      • #12
                        Ugh, well I just upgrade my XP to win7. thanks for the information.

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