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dhjohns

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About dhjohns

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  1. So I see there is a new SiB out, but it still doesn't work on RS5!
  2. Aero Glass needed with Sets in RS5?

    Actually Acrylic is not random at all, and it does have specific direction. Acrylic is being gradually implemented everywhere. It is now in title bars. I do believe acrylic will be ubiquitous before long.
  3. OldNewExplorer 1.1.8

    I downloaded your file, and replace it in both System32, and SysWOW64. It works just fine.
  4. Official - Windows 10 Worst Crap Ever!

    Why don't you go ahead and develop it then. It certainly sounds like you can do a better job. When you are finished send me a link to your OS. I am sure it won't take more than a few days.
  5. I guess it works fine. I just booted into 17134 to see if it worked, but I don't use that build. I always use RS5.
  6. The experimental build works for 17134 as it does for 17133.
  7. Cannot install Aero Glass

    From the download page, do not download the installer. Download the one below that which says 64 bit Windows. Extract it to a folder on c drive called Aeroglass, so that you have C:\Aeroglass with all the files in it. Open Task Scheduler, select import on the right, and select the xml file I have attached, and you have downloaded, then restart. Aero_Glass.xml
  8. Check task scheduler to see if it is still in there.
  9. Aeroglass is optional. You really don't need it. I am sure that Bigmuscle will have it fixed in about 6 months or so! Just in time for the next major update this fall.
  10. Blur effect source

    It really depends on which part of Windows you speak. Windows does have the native Acrylic which is coming along very nicely, and is beautifully rendered in its native apps. For Windows frames, however this is accomplished with Bigmuscle's Aeroglass, and can be fine tuned with his GUI. The GUI is a separate download which lets the user customize different aspects of the Aeroglass feature in Windows 10.
  11. I think you mean build 1709, right? The experimental .dll is old news now. Use the latest version 1.5.8.
  12. Nope. They are doing Acrylic now.
  13. Aero Glass Deactivates Automatically

    Press the Windows key on your keyboard, and type task scheduler. You will see it come up in the start menu. Click it, and wait for it to open. In the left pane click on Task scheduler Library. In the top middle part of Task Scheduler you will see a list of tasks. If there is a task called aeroglass or similar, right click on it, and select delete, confirm if asked. Now, in the right hand section of task scheduler, under Actions, select import task, and it will open a windows where you can go to the Aero_Glass.xml download, click on the xml file, and confirm any window which opens. Now restart your computer, and you should be good to go.
  14. Where is that? I have Windows 10, and it's Start Menu is awesome!
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