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Two reasons it could have swapped. Firstly, Windows likes to swap the theme to Windows Basic when the GPU is running low on memory, but I doubt this was the case. Whilst you were messing around with the themes, you probably clicked a basic theme. You can swap to an Aero theme easily by right clicking on your desktop and hitting "personalise"


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PowerPoint 2013 introduced a feature called SuperThemes; these can contain several different themes of different aspect ratios. Some of the themes that ship with PPT 2013 are, in fact, SuperThemes. When you change from 4:3 to 16:9, PPT automatically chooses the correct SuperTheme, which has already been adjusted for the new size, without distortion of any ...


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There is a way to modify the Window 10 title bar height using Windows Registry Editor. Follow these steps: Open the registry editor and navigate to the following key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics Calculate the desired height by using the following formula: -15*desired height in pixels (Example: 20px = -15*20 = -300) Change the ...


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I created a new color theme in PowerPoint ("Create Theme Colors" in the Colors drop-down list) and then save the theme as a .thmx file in the [myUsername] > Library > Application Support > Microsoft > Office > User Templates > My Themes > Theme Colors folder and then in Word I was able to click on "Browse Themes" in the Themes Drop-down and find my custom ...


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I don't have Windows 10, but the solution is probably to change the registry at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics. The following registry .reg file will make the titlebar thinner, the titlebar text smaller, scroll bars thinner and the border padding as thin as possible. Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control ...


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First you have to open up the control panel and go to Appearance and Personalization Then select Display,"make text items and other items larger or smaller" Click on the small box next to Title bar and adjust your Title bar size.


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This looks like the Windows Classic theme. Here's how to activate it: Right-click any open area on the Desktop Select Personalize Scroll down to Basic and High Contrast Themes and select the Windows Classic theme


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Here is how it's done in Win 8 / 8.1. I don't have Win 10 so please try and let us know if the same works. http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/8463-border-width-windows-change-windows-8-a.html Press Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog, type regedit, and click/tap OK. If prompted by UAC, then click/tap on Yes. In regedit, navigate to the ...


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I know that you can change the font sizes through the settings app (typing in font size located it quickly) . Whether that also changes the title bar size I don't know.


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It works for me with Windows 10 theme packs. If it doesn't work, make sure that you have already installed 7-Zip or equivalent so that option is available when you right-click.


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If u have crx file then right click on it choose open with chrome and then choose to save at the below section of chrome. Then a pop up appears. Select add. The theme will be applied


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This worked for me: Using Synaptic, search for 'gnome-themes' As a side-effect that will also list an entry gtk2-engines So just install gtk2-engines, i.e. Mark for installation and Apply


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If you do not have administrator rights, changing the entire theme to another theme (e.g. the Twilight theme) is saved permanently even without administrator rights.


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Support for Custom.css has been removed from Chrome in version 32. See more: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21207474/custom-css-has-stopped-working-in-32-0-1700-76-m-google-chrome-update


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Its impossible to change it to: If you are REALLY desperate for the classic theme, downgrade to Windows 7. Or go along with this


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I realize this question is extremely old (over a year) but I had the same question the other day and after a little bit of testing, figured out the answer. Instead of this: <offline_text font="Verdana [14.0]"/> You should do this: <offline_text font="Verdana, 14.0"/> A simple change, but it seems to work.



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