How To Install A Custom 7tsp Icon Pack
This is another one easy to use program which will patch for you icons, cursors, buttons, sounds any many more different customizations.
The main function of this tool is ofcourse the patching of your Windows with a custom Theme Pack.
After adding a Custom Theme Pack, previews will appear in the GUI to give you a feel of the pack (when provided).
Hereafter, you can set the options to your preferences and hit ‘Start Patching’.
Restore: Restore menu with multiple options.
You can choose to restore the patched files to the backup made at 7tsp’s first run, or to restore all or one system file(s) to Windows default.
These options can also be reached through Program> Restore Backup and SFC/Scan.
For extra security, the patcher creates a Restore Point every time you patch your system.
This can be disable in the Options menu.
It is also possible to manually create a Restore Point (Program > Create Restore Point).
Clean Icon Cache:
When not all icons have changed, you can manually clean the icon and thumbnail cache to refresh these.
Here you can select whether or not a debug log should be created. This is useful for pack creators, to debug resfiles.
You can select whether the Logon screen should be patched or not, and you can also select a custom file.
You can select whether the Side Panel should be patched or not, and you can also select a custom file.
Menu Start Orb:
You can select whether the Menu Start Orb should be patched or not, and you can also select a custom file.
The following options can be set in the Otions Menu: (the button between the progress bar and ‘Start Patching’)
Install Visual Style
Patch Uxtheme (Once patched, UxTheme can be restored (Program > Restore UxTheme)
Patch Task Manager
Patch Copy Animation colors
Patch Media Player Skin
Patch dialog windows