This information applies to the following project types:
You can use a dialog skin to change the look of the end-user dialogs in your installation. You can specify one skin per installation project. All of the dialogs in your project are displayed using the selected skin.
If you want to specify a dialog skin for a custom dialog, you must set the skin before creating the custom dialog in the Dialog Editor in order for the skin to appear properly.
To select a dialog skin:
All of the dialog skins use .gif files for the fade graphic, with the exception of the Blue skin. The Blue skin uses a .bmp file, which results in a larger file size. The Blue skins appearance on a 16-bit color system is not as clean as the other colors when a .gif file is used. If you want to use a Blue skin that supports 16-bit color systems and file size is not an issue, select the Blue option. For a smaller file size, select the BlueTC (True Color) option, which uses a .gif file for the graphic.
To clear the dialog skin selection:
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