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System Animations (Windows Xp Style)

Posted on 2004-08-12
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Im looking for some system animations as files,
for example:

Copy File
Move File
Delete File

more of this kinds of stuff http://www.vbaccelerator.com/home/Resources/Graphics_Library/AVI/index.asp
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Why dont you take the original ones?
Here is what you do (Windows XP):
1. Goto google and search for "ResHack"
2. Find a mirror (i found: http://anton.concord.ru/ftp/reshack/ResHack.zip)
3. Download
4. Unpack
5. Start Resource Hacker
6. File->Open->C:\WINDOWS\system32\shell32.dll
7. Choose AVI from the list, every number is one avifile, preview and find what you want.
8. Righclick a list entry and choose "Save resource ... " and save the AVI file

have fun
Belthazor
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