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Author Topic: Making FLS11 look like FLS10  (Read 1020 times)

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Offline iRelevant

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Making FLS11 look like FLS10
« on: October 05, 2017, 07:16:04 PM »
I've avoided FLS11 for years, mainly because of a dislike of it's visual style. It deviates from the earlier versions, in a non pleasant way. At least to my eyes.

FLS have skins for layout, and it is a mystery why FLS11 don't have one for the old style, anyways here is how to get the retro look in FLS11. Just go to the FLS10 directory ..\FL Studio 10\Artwork\Skins\ and copy the Default directory there, then go over on the same corresponding directory for FLS11 and paste it over the existing Default directory (overwriting most files).

Voila ... you now have the classic theme similar to those used earlier (since v4) on FLS11.