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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

3D Shading Editor

I've got a new program for you. It's called 3D Shading Editor. I've got a screenshot here, and the introduction from the Readme file, the latter of which should explain the weird colors in the screenshot. Here's the download link:

As I'm sure many of you know, when using the Windows Classic visual style, you can customize the colors of pretty much anything. However, unlike in Windows 3.1, when you change the color for 3D objects, such as buttons and dialogs, the highlight and shadow colors automatically change with it. This may seem nice, but what if you want to specify your own colors for this? Windows doesn't provide any method for this, except for editing the registry or theme files, which can be very inconvenient when you just want to see what it looks like. However, this program can change these colors independently.