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Invisble text under iconc on Windows 7 after installing Dreamscene

Posted on 2009-07-11
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After installing the The dreamscene (64bit maual install) from the following file:

www.tyler.mcadams.com/DS.rar  (you will need winrar to open)

I can get Dreamscene working on windows 7 - but the text under the desktop icons are now invisible.

Does anyone know a hack to get them back so they show? I have seen hack that will get thme back for the current session but not after reboot.
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Adriano_Arrigo earned 500 total points
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DreamScene is not supported by Windows 7, so no wonder if didn't works. I advise you to uninstall that software. You're not only using an unsupported software, but moreover you're installing on your pc a piece of software tath is coming from an unsecure source.
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