Post by sheeperino on Sept 4, 2019 13:39:11 GMT -8
Is there a way to get back the old "alt+f4" menu, with the background fading in black and white? OS: Windows 10 1903 (I have no idea of how that window is called cause it closes when i click somewhere to go in task manager)
I have recreated the menu WITH fade effect. As powerplayer stated: You can easily replace the start menu option using Classic Shell or Open-Shell.
The only thing that you can't do is replace the Alt+F4 menu since it's runs on the close events of the taskbar and desktop, which are part of explorer.exe.You actually might be able to. I forgot about the most powerful utility in existance. AutoHotkey. If you add a key event and check if selected window is part of explorer.exe: open the menu. Else: forward the event to the open window.
Just forget what I said, using syscalls this is easily done in AHK.
Post by Spitfire_x86 on Oct 20, 2019 23:36:34 GMT -8
ʇǝǝๅ ftw You don't need AHK for this. GetForegroundWindow from user32.dll will give you a handle to the active (focused) window. You can then use a keyboard event hook and open your shutdown window only if the desktop is focused.
Saint Jimmy: hayafumi Not quite, as you'd end up having to replace many a component to get it to function (Explorer is fairly deeply ingrained in Windows's internals), at which point you may as well install 2000 and call it a day.
Jun 16, 2020 0:41:41 GMT -8
powerplayer: Hayafumi xwinshell kinda works nice if you use it to browse files
Jun 17, 2020 10:23:20 GMT -8
meow: I have made a tutorial on how to get centered title text in windows 7! It’s in the visual styles section.
Jun 19, 2020 10:25:56 GMT -8
meow: sihost.exe is garbage.
Jun 19, 2020 15:11:35 GMT -8