By default, WindowBlinds uses the
current system skin. Press the Select skin... button to chose
from the currently installed system skin as well as the Disabled skin.
Ignore this application and do not
Completely exclude this application
from being skinned by WindowBlinds.
Tip: You can exclude
applications when you launch them by holding down the Ctrl key. This
will only cause WindowBlinds to ignore skinning that application for
that particular instance of the app. You should add an exclusion or
a per app skin if you will be using it frequently.
Non exclusion options
Skin this app even if it uses
Direct3D (3D app for example)
By default, WindowBlinds does not
attempt to skin any applications (typcially games or apps which
include their own skins support) using Direct3D. Enable this option to
permit the .EXE you've selected to ignore that restriction and allow
WindowBlinds to skin the app.
Use an alternative method for
handling mouse clicks on titlebars
In rare cases, applications will
ignore mouse clicks on titlebars WindowBlinds has skinned. Select this
option for an alternative.
Disable background bitmaps for
Disable background bitmap skinning
support for this application.
Disable flat toolbars for this app
Do not attempt to change the look of
toolbars to the "flat" style.
Disable scrollbars for this app
Prevent WindowBlinds from trying to
skin the scrollbars for this application.
This exclusion is not inherited by
any apps launched from this app
Typically, this option will only be
selected when the per application .EXE you have selected is used as a
"launcher" for other programs. Normally, any apps launched from the
launcher app would be subject to the same per application settings as
the launching program.