Well something is at least in the works now. I did send this along to Javacool,but they do not have a direct support link, only anotjer foum. But they did reply. The first reply is from the devoloper of WindowBlinds and the second is from the Javacool forom moderator.
This is the forum linkhttp://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=108018
The problem that you are experiencing is due to Spywareguard's use of the button text colour for text on those parts of their windows without using the appropriate background. As you can see on other windows, Blackcomb uses white text for buttons, with a blue background. The problem is that Spywareguard is ignoring this background colour, assuming that the button text is dark, and always forcing a white background. This causes the text to be white on white, and thus invisible.
It is not necessary to use WindowBlinds to see this problem. If you set the Windows Classic theme, and then go into Display Properties/Appearance and click the Advanced button, you will be able to edit the system colours. Click the OK text on the button in the preview, change the lower (text) colour from black to white, and then press the real OK button and apply, and you should see the text disappear from Spywareguard.
Thank you for making us aware of this problem. I will drop a note to Javasoft - I suggest you also forward them this mail let them know that this is the cause of your problem. For now, I suggest you use other skins, or edit Blackcomb to have a slightly different button text colour.
To edit the skin requires SkinStudio to be installed - click "Edit in Skinstudio" on the WindowBlinds Configuration dialog, click "Miscellaneous/Colours" on the left, then "3D controls/Text - System Button" on the right, and change the colour as desired; then save the skin and press Shift+F9 to apply it (or "Apply changes" from WindowBlinds).
I hope this answers your question. If there is anything else we can help you with, let us know.
Ticket ID: NMY-767887
Department: Developers - Object Desktop
I have merged your thread into the thread concerning this matter and the one you linked to given the fact there is no need to have a separate thread from what the user has already posted. I chose to do it this way instead of closing your thread in case some of the info you shared might be useful to Javacool the programmer.