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  1. Using OldNewExplorer 1.1.9, I tried the same thing and am experiencing the same problem (but only in Documents, and Contacts, not in Downloads) on Windows 10 Version 1809 Build 17763.316. Did you find a solution to this? Also, the color of the outline is white for me when I choose "Flat White":
  2. I noticed something interesting using OldNewFile Explorer on Windows 10 1809 build 17763.134. Whenever I have the Dark Theme turned on and put the Details Pane at the bottom of Explorer, I end up with this: It may be hard to notice in the image, so here's a close up: For some reason, the border to the Details Pane is brown. This isn't particularly fitting with the rest of the theme. Does anybody know why this is, or how to change to color to, say for example, a dark gray? Here's what the border looks like without OldNewExplorer and the Dark Theme, for reference:
  3. Using ONE version, I cannot get the details pane to be displayed on the bottom as of Windows 10 Pro, Version 1703, OS Build 15063.296. I'm not sure what to do. Hopefully there's a fix, and if anybody knows, please tell me!
  4. E:\4) Installation Files\9) Desktop Customization\OldNewExplorer
  5. I used this tool: http://prntscr.com/c756vn And even after restarting File Explorer and the whole laptop, the details pane is still on the right side of the screen after the Anniversary update. I'm not sure if version 1.1.8 will make any difference, but I highly doubt it.
  6. I really want the details pane on the bottom again. That stupid anniversary update screwed up way too much of my Windows modifications. No 7+Taskbar Tweaker, no OldNewExplorer, fast boot got enabled again, and plenty of other registry edits changed. I don't know how I can continue to use and get used to custom modification software like this when there's the constant risk of Microsoft screwing it up permanently. I hate it. Anyway, is there an easy way to get the details pane on the bottom again? I saw one solution posted here but apparently it didn't work for a lot of people and I'm not sure I want to go that far without any assurance of success.
  7. I have yet to try this on Windows 10, but I know that I'll be using it when I upgrade to it in the future. I'm still on Windows 8.1, but I have a request regardless: It would be nice if the user could input a certain number of pixels high that they wanted the Details Pane to be. I use it all of the time at the bottom, but sometimes I accidentally drag and move it. It can be very hard to get it back to the same spot that I had as before. I keep it in the same spot because I use the registry editor to change what details show up in the details pane, and make the amount of details that show up (in the case of music files, at least) just enough to fit into a specific size. If I could enter the size that I wanted to keep the Details Pane, this could be made much easier and more efficient for me. Plus, adding more options is just always a good idea to improve any piece of software in general. I don't know how difficult this would be, but it would certainly benefit me.

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