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Desktop Icons VS Wallpaper

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Please Help,

After I installed my windows XP my icons still show the color of the background.... on my adminmachine they don´t. Where can i set this setting......

please help

maybe i should be more specific.

After the unattended install, a wallpaper is set. My problem is that the color of the background is still visible thru the iconlabels. On my own XP workstation the iconlabels are transparant, and i want this to be set for the users as wel. Working a day on the setting, but can´t find it....so please help me out here.

my problem is simular to:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?act=ST&f=70&t=22142&st=

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Right click my computer -> advanced -> Performance Settings -> make sure the "Use drop shadows for icon labels on the desktop" checkbox is on. Sorry, but I have no idea how to do it any other way.

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i´ve tried that, but (ther is always a but) i want to change it in a regvalue, and i´ve found that either. but it isn´t permant :)

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What wallpaper r u using? That is probably the problem. I have had some wallpaper not allow clear type to work properly and show the blue or black background color on the icon name.

Sorry if this is not what is going on.

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it´s a BMP that our client wants to use on a resolution of 1024x768.

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