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using FSX with classic win theme (or another classic windows) !

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Its not related quistion, but I have been seen some of fsx users & some developers uses a classic windows 7 theme or completely classic windows (I dont know, it may millineum but its not win 7) ?


Q1 Is they uses a win 7 with classic theme OR uses another classic windows ?


Q2 if so, then why they uses these kind or (Mode) of windows during their flighying ?




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when i fly in windowed mode (under win7), starting fsx forces my desktop into 'classic' mode. i think it's something to do with being from 2006 and not really compatible with the transparent windows, "aero" or whatever it's called.


i think some users just turn that stuff off all of the time... although i haven't had any problems with just letting fsx turn it off while it's running, and it pops back to normal when i close fsx down



-andy crosby

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