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menu's gone crazy

Posted on 2004-09-26
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If i have my windows (XP) theme set to the standard one, the menu control works / looks fine.  As soon as i change it to say th VB .net theme that comes with VS .Net it has white boxes around the menu, and just looks plain crappy...

I couldn't find any properites to set the back colour, (or any colours).  Is there and easy fix for this???

Dave
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Yea set it back to the window xp one
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well that certainly sucks...  Surely there is a way... How do they expect us to use .Net if it cant even do that...  What did they write VS .Net in??? Whatever that is ill use, at least it works!
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Any hard fixes??
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