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rawral
post Aug 16 2008, 06:17 PM
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. shell-shocked.org

all things shell-related

'Calm down. It's only ones and zeros.'

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post Aug 16 2008, 07:58 PM
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Good site, I liked visiting it.

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post Aug 18 2008, 10:47 AM
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many intresting links to many intresting things

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http://des.virtualplastic.net/help.html
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-windows icons
the most of windows icons are in shell32.dll, netshell.dll and xpsp2res.dll. the rest of icons are stored in various dll and exe files in mainly system32 folder. there are about ~3000 icons in windows files. yes, it is a lot of icons. you can extract all of them with icon extract, or resource extract and see yourself.
but due to duplicate icons and icons that shows up 3 or 4 times ( or even more ) here is a little help for where to begin reshack the desire
-strings in windows files-
if you ever wanted to change any strings in windows, you may already know it could be a lot of time and energy to find some. in this rar file, here are all the string tables extracted from files (Dll, exe and cpl) in system32 folder. the rar file contains about 700-800 txt files. each txt file have the name of the dll where it has been extracted from.
-dialogs in windows files-
just a little dialog / dll list of the most common used dialogs. just some tips where to begin and what to reshack. for the icons, i recommend an icon extractor, and see yourself where to find the target icon.
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