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Token ActCtr Systray for Win 7 by vi20RickrMetal12us Token ActCtr Systray for Win 7 by vi20RickrMetal12us
1: (backup original one, just in case)

2: go to this address in the explorer
-----(C:\Windows\System32)

3: look for the "Action Center.dll"</b>

4: [link]((take ownership)) of that file

5: and replace it with the new one provided by me...


BE AWARE: -> For Windows 7 "build 7600"

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inspired by Token icons by :iconbrsev: ~brsev'

enjoy!...



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Support for "32,64" bit environments

Update: other buttons will come later on some random day...:</sub>

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but any amount is welcome (Give :points: or Llama 4 a llama) thank you :thanks:
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Spewaged Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2012
Why aren't they black like the other volume one? >=O
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Spewaged Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2012
Um, I see you only released one black icon for the system tray? Which would be the volume icon? What happened, the rest are grey? That's kind of not cool at all.
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vi20RickrMetal12us Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
No time...
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hanuru Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012
will it be updated for sp1
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vi20RickrMetal12us Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
don't know cause I've only been using Windows 8 for the last couple of months...but I mean get restorator and extract those images and implant them in your sp1 version.
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hanuru Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2012
kk ty
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Triptykant Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011
I like it! Thanks. Er, but, I followed the instructions and they're not showing up. Which is odd, I did the exact same thing on my last installation and they worked fine. And I'm using build 7600... Any help? :S
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vi20RickrMetal12us Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
did you restart the explorer.exe or the computer and that will opfully make it show up if you have 7600 with no sp1 installed...but if you installed a update that some how replace the files. just do it again or use restorator and replace the images in the .dll of your own...
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Triptykant Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011
Yeah, restarted explorer.exe. And I've tried replacing the images in the default .dll too, and still nothing. Strange. Either way, good stuff, I appreciate your work. :)
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myritas Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011
is possible this on black please??????
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