That’s the way my graphical user interface (GUI) meanwhile looks. By means of seemingly unending patience I hunted down a plethora of elements and gradually understood how the whole thing gets composed. First I tried to substitute everything I wanted to use by my own elements and just jettison the rest. This works for the standard applications coming with Windows, but seldomly with third party applications. Although the surfaces of lots of those are especially designed to be used with Windows, they do not readily adopt my changes, but stubbornly display elements of their own choice and looks. I … Continue reading