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C# Windows Aero Style Wizard Control

, 15 Jun 2010 GPL3
I have been a fan of the Windows Aero styled windows since Aero was first introduced in Windows Vista. However, there is little to no Aero inclusion in the .NET Framework, so I set out to create my own Windows Aero themed form.
WindowsAeroWizardControl.zip
WindowsAeroWizardControl
GNU General Public License.docx
GNU General Public License.rtf
WindowsAeroWizardControl
bin
Debug
VistaControls.dll
WindowsAeroWizardControl.vshost.exe
WindowsAeroWizardControl.vshost.exe.manifest
Release
Properties
Settings.settings
Resources
disabled2.png
hot.png
normal.png
pressed5.png
wizard1616.png
WindowsAeroWizardControl.5.0.ReSharper.user
WindowsAeroWizardControl.suo
_ReSharper.WindowsAeroWizardControl
BuildScriptCache
.crc
.version
6
64115c70.dat
DecompilerCache
NamedArguments
.crc
.version
2
b25803c.dat
PdbInfo
a0961f865a8896d082c25878ab22166cf8004762
ProjectModel
ProjectModel.dat
Resources
.crc
.version
8
705a5716.dat
SymbolCache.bin
TagPrefixes
.crc
.version
TodoCache
.crc
.version
9
3cfd38a5.dat
WebsiteFileReferences
.crc
.version
WordIndex
.crc
.version
0
7edc8595.dat

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