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CKyHC

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  1. But it works without symbols on latest Windows 10 build 18362.239 and without any messages of incompatibles...
  2. ModernFrame is on the DWMGlass.dll allready long time. You must use theme atlas and register DWMGlass.dll by this command from AG folder: regsvr32.exe DWMGlass.dll
  3. Hello. But you didn't use Glass frame on modern apps through regsvr32... So your modern apps frames are not changed at all. With AG on modern apps they looks like this: And in this case button didn't work.
  4. Just try "back" button on this app: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/microsoft-news/9wzdncrfhvfw
  5. Thanks! Looks like Outlook 2019 now works fine! What about "back" button on modern apps? It didn't work... Maybe it not AG bug... I'm registered DWMGlass.dll through regsvr32.exe And it's still exists bug with black screen on chromium browser after dwm.exe restart with AG hook. Without AG after dwm restart browser works fine.
  6. Confirm, that Outlook 2019 causes dwm.exe to crash while changing active posts in it by mouse. And after that crash Chromium became black till restart. If it's still need, I can upload crashdump... In modern apps didn't work button "back" at the left top corner...
  7. BM, it's need to add UxTSB.dll injection into SystemSettings.exe It's only a question of time, when MS remove classic personalization panel at all. So to apply themes with 3rd party visual styles via modern Personalization Panel, UxTSB.dll must be injected in it too.
  8. For me reg file didn't works... It didn't add needed string. I'm added it manually and now all works! Even without logout/logon! Thanks for that! Finally didn't need to patch exe file every update...
  9. Oh. I'm understood now, thanks! Did you checked - does it works with reg? I can check tomorrow...
  10. What content needs to be copied into a file called firefox.exe.manifest?
  11. After that bug fixed it's need to do something with autocolorization bug, if it didn't fixed yet...
  12. You must dowload symbols for your build. Search forum for downloading necessary symbols.
  13. * additional changes to match acrylic design (installer provides option which design to use) HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\DWM\ - CustomThemeReflection - file with texture that is stretched over whole desktop and rendered above glass regions (default is Aero Glass Win7 reflection texture) - CustomThemeMaterial - file with texture that is rendered (tiled) above glass regions (default is Acrylic noise texture) - ColorizationGlassReflectionIntensity - opacity of reflection texture (default = 0) - MaterialOpacity - opacity of material texture (default = 4)
  14. How I can limit max value of balance? Or it must be in DWMGlass.dll? Sorry, I'm not understand all of this completely...
  15. Every time when I change ColorizationColorBalance to 100 after changing wallpaper it changes to fffffff3 and active title didn't have same color as borders... I'm tried to set ColorizationColorBalance to 100 in HKLM registry part, but it didn't helps... On 1.5.9 ColorizationColorBalance changes the same way but autocolorization works normal... I have 1 comp with 407 build and 1.5.9 version works normal - title and borders have very similiar color...
  16. @bigmuscle, thanks for update! 1.5.10 works on 17134.441 build. But now I can't tune autocolor's same way as in previuos versions. Maybe it's cause of your fix: * fixed loading ColorizationColorBalance settings from registry Any settings via GUI or manual editing registry gives different colors on windows titles and it's borders. Inactive windows color's looks more normal, but Window title looks more saturatad too. I use theme with atlas. Please help.
  17. That's why I prefer UxTSB by BigMuscle insteed of file patching. Even if after Windows update AeroGlass became incompatible with new updated Windows build, DWMGlass.dll injects UxTSB.dll in this case, and visual style loads...
  18. Wich way and what exactly you modify in themes? We means there that visual style file .msstyle not signed by MS didn't loads without way to bypass signature checking... If you modify colors, mouse pointers, sounds, screensaver, but didn't modify .msstyle file - theme modified that way will work without problems...
  19. You can try to increase dedicated to GPU memory via BIOS to 256Mb. But on my Intel HD 2000 Sandy Bridge on my work comp 128Mb didn't cause a problem...
  20. Problem was solved by replacing theme files and UxTSB.dll via file manager program. Before it theme files and UxTSB.dll was copied in their locations via windows explorer. I think that problem was in that. I just deleted theme and UxTSB.dll. Opened Far Manager and copy theme and dll again and all start to work. Thanks to all who tried to help!
  21. What GPU and how much videomemory? Maybe lack of videomemory?
  22. Thanks for advices! Comp is at home now. After work I will try to use via AppInit_Dll, will try other theme. Can you give me anyone of them to try, please? Via this old personalization panel I'm always appliing the 3rd party themes. I know that through modern personalization themes didn't applies, because UxTSB.dll didn't injects into it, only in explorer.exe. Another one thought: Intel® TXE: Intel® Trusted Execution Engine I use one of the latest Core i3-6100 CPU with Intel HD 530 integrated GPU with full latest set of drivers on Asus H110 MB. May this TXE technology brokes theme signing bypassing? Anyone use Windows 10 x64 on Core i3-6xxx CPU? Can theme be applied on safe mode somehow?
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