Okay since you don't have any new panes this is what I did and this is how I did it. First all you need the bit map pane that used to come with the down load. Secound you can create your own pane by pasting a none bit map over the original bit map pane. I had some made already but the task pane would not acknowledge them until the pasted one was put over it in widowsedit tool witch comes with Windows 7. Yoiu need to edit the size 551/200 then click and save then paste over the original bit map. The design is up to you.
You have to reshack shell32.dll, which can be quite risky - I just nearly fried my computer just now because I didn't replace the file properly. If you are careful though, and you have UAC off, then things should be OK.
I've res-hacked shell32.dll several times already, I simply don't know which resource to modify. nearly fried? which resource did you modify to do that? any time I fuck up, something just doesn't show up on screen, or some functionality is missing. I can't see any way one could cause physical damage to a computer by modifying a .dll.
It was more of some troubles I had with UAC not allowing me to replace the file; I stupidly had it turned on. I had trouble replacing the file, so I restarted, and bam - Missing shell32.dll. I had to insert my Windows installation disc, go into Recovery Mode, and use the command prompt to copy the files over.
There was a bit of a problem with this... I'm running on Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and once I upgraded to SP1 it would give me a BSOD when I tried to change the task pane with this tool. Anyone else have this problem? :S