Anyone get Windows 7 Sticky Notes working?

Forums Operating Systems Windows Server 2008 R2 Applications Compatibility Anyone get Windows 7 Sticky Notes working?

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    • #43806

      I tried copying the exe from a Win 7 pc but it didn’t work.

      Anyone else try this?

    • #49461
      Arris
      Moderator

        1. Copy the following files to a directory on Windows Server 2008 R2 (for example %ProgramFiles%Sticky Notes):

        • %SystemRoot%System32StikyNot.exe
        • %SystemRoot%System32en-USStikyNot.exe.mui

        2. Download this zip-file (thanks to MsftGuy) and extract slcx64slc.dll to %ProgramFiles%Sticky Notes too.
        3. Run StikyNot.exe and enjoy! 😉

        Arris

      • #59272
        Anonymous

          1. Copy the following files to a directory on Windows Server 2008 R2 (for example %ProgramFiles%Sticky Notes):

          • %SystemRoot%System32StikyNot.exe
          • %SystemRoot%System32en-USStikyNot.exe.mui

          2. Download this zip-file (thanks to MsftGuy) and extract slcx64slc.dll to %ProgramFiles%Sticky Notes too.
          3. Run StikyNot.exe and enjoy! 😉

          Arris

        • #49462

          Thanks!! Now it runs but not correctly. I can create notes but I can’t delete them. They just keep piling up.

        • #59273
          Anonymous

            Thanks!! Now it runs but not correctly. I can create notes but I can’t delete them. They just keep piling up.

          • #49463
            Arris
            Moderator

              @CoalMiner wrote:

              Thanks!! Now it runs but not correctly. I can create notes but I can’t delete them. They just keep piling up.

              Are you sure you made the subfolder en-US and you have put the .exe.mui file in there? The file may not be in the same directory as the .exe file.

            • #59274
              Anonymous

                @CoalMiner wrote:

                Thanks!! Now it runs but not correctly. I can create notes but I can’t delete them. They just keep piling up.

                Are you sure you made the subfolder en-US and you have put the .exe.mui file in there? The file may not be in the same directory as the .exe file.

              • #49464

                DOH! That fixed it

                thx

              • #59275
                Anonymous

                  DOH! That fixed it

                  thx

                • #49465

                  Hello,
                  I made an installer, which installs full Windows 7 Sticky Notes feature, including Start Menu shortcut and support for non-english translation (if you copy *.mui files from win 7, the start menu shortcut and sticky notes app will be translated)…
                  [attachment=0:2h7l03uk]sticky_notes.7z[/attachment:2h7l03uk]
                  Enjoy! 😉

                • #59276
                  Anonymous

                    Hello,
                    I made an installer, which installs full Windows 7 Sticky Notes feature, including Start Menu shortcut and support for non-english translation (if you copy *.mui files from win 7, the start menu shortcut and sticky notes app will be translated)…
                    [attachment=0:2h7l03uk]sticky_notes.7z[/attachment:2h7l03uk]
                    Enjoy! 😉

                  • #49460

                    The installer works great. Thanks, AsciiWolf!

                  • #59271
                    Anonymous

                      The installer works great. Thanks, AsciiWolf!

                    • #49466
                      Arris
                      Moderator

                        Yeah, nice job again, AsciiWolf! 🙂 Added it to the manual. 😉

                      • #59277
                        Anonymous

                          Yeah, nice job again, AsciiWolf! 🙂 Added it to the manual. 😉

                        • #49467

                          how could i down load

                        • #59278
                          Anonymous

                            how could i down load

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