Originally posted by SpunkyLoveMuff
If you make a program in Visual Basic and run it on Windows 98, it will look "98-ish"; the same for Windows XP (I think you need to make a manifest file though). The caption buttons and other things (I would imaging are drawn by Windows itself using it's own internally stuffs
Nope. This is true for most programs, but not for WLM, which is skinned from head to toe. The titlebar buttons that you see in WLM within XP are not drawn by the OS, they are PNG images within the WLM binaries. Same goes for the buttons and almost everything within WLM (and Plus, for that matter), except for a few exceptions (such as the WLM options dialog).
But how is this related to this thread?