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andyjessy

User Account Picture frame... can it be changed?

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Hi guys, I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I'd like to know is someone knows how to change the frame around the user account picture in the start menu.


I'm using Windows 8.1.1 and StartIsBack... I created a theme for my windows and I was able to change everything I wanted to change except for the frame around the user account picture.
 
I know how to change it creating a theme just for SIB+ and putting the theme in SIB folder, but the same method does not work if I put the bitmap files in the general msstyle I created.
 
Any idea how to do it without creating a specific theme for SIB?

Thanks everyone dft009.gif

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No I don't know..but why all of the same multiple posts? You should edit and remove them or Maybe a Admin can remove them as well.

 

~DP :whistle:

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No I don't know..but why all of the same multiple posts? You should edit and remove them or Maybe a Admin can remove them as well.

 

~DP :whistle:

 

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If you use Classic Shell's Start Menu btw, you can change the user account picture frame. In fact, the user frame also supports masks and can be tinted with the glass color. :)

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Yes you can change the user picture by adding the bitmap image using a resource hacker like Restorator, just make sure you are using a proper 32bit bitmap image and name it 7013, you can also add the bitmaps for other dpi settings, image 7014, 7015 and 7016

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