I'd love to be able to remove all dividers from the classic menu.
Here's what I have set up:
Is it possible to remove that divider above Programs?
There is always a separator between the contents of the Start Menu folder and
the custom items. The only way to have no separator is to have everything be a
Well, another way is to create a new skin with a fully transparent separator.
Only problem with having all items custom, is that Programs is in two
So that top separator is built into the skin? That's ok then, I can live with
it for now.
For the Windows Aero and Windows Basic skins, why isn't that separator in baby
blue color so it looks a lot more pleasant?
I just ventured to edit the Aero skin, deleting what I thought was the
separator at bitmap 11. I guess that's not the right one, as it had no effect.
I didn't see any other candidates. Could you advise on what I might reshack to
make this happen?
Currently the separator has no bitmap, so the system menu separator is used.
You need to add one and make it transparent.
I still don't understand why custom items won't work. There should not be two
Since XP, "All Programs" has pointed to two locations. In windows 7 it's:
One is visible only to the user profile you're logged into, the other is for
So what can I do to make a skin override the system menu separator?
Ah, I see. When I said "custom items", I meant - get all shortcuts you placed
in the Start Menu folder (both of them), and convert them to custom items.
Leave the ProgramsMenu item as is. It already merges the two locations.
Oh wow. I had no idea there was a Custom Command. You shouldn't hide it at the
bottom like that.
This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks, Ivo.
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