|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/XP|
|File size:||147 KB|
Publisher description for Meta2
Meta2 works by command line arguments. This means that if you have say, Paint open, then you (from CMD) type in meta2 paint Then meta2 skins Paint's Border, no Reflexion. meta2 PAINT Meta2 skins Paint, WITH reflexion. so yeah, uppercase = Reflexion effect. Meta2 also can use WildCard Naming, meaning all that you have to give it is Part of the window's name, and it will find the window by itself. There is also a file that it looks to and loads up, it must be in Meta2's folder. it is called "UseSkin". Take a WILD guess at what that file controls? Meta2 has a "\skins\" folder, where skins go to, in there own folder. just change "UseSkin" to be, on the top line, the name of the skin you want to use. then do a Meta2 command, and that skin is used. Currently, there is no way to Change a Meta2'ed window's skin once it has been set.