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JTB3 last won the day on December 10 2018

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  1. Thanks so much for your communication, and letting us know that this great project is still alive! Looking forward to "when it's ready"!
  2. @bigmuscle Really hope you are doing well ! So many of us would REALLY appreciate an W10 v2004 compatible AeroGlass update. Let us know if there is any way we can help you! -JT
  3. Where did you download v1.5.14 from, @evgnb ?
  4. 'Patch Tuesday' has now arrived and the new W10 Cumulative Update Build 18363.778 was pushed through the regular Window update channel. As you all have reported above, Aerohost.exe now fails to load on all of my systems. Looking forward to the new patched version @bigmuscle [2020-04-14 19:10:48][0x4824:0x50FC] Machine ID: AQEHETLMVYAPEL5HNXZNLUCFPAIL3BLGNKL37ALQDLEJE7PY [2020-04-14 19:10:48][0x4824:0x50FC] Checking key 65bae9719994fa94cfea1ff0a10d10fdf2b063a3d11551b3b5555d0167f3cea086ccc2f50fd94e9c150b352d48316317 for ID AQEHETLMVYAPEL5HNXZNLUCFPAIL3BLGNKL37ALQDLEJE7PY... [2020-04-14 19
  5. Thx @cubedj21 for this info. Good to know that the search box issue originates from MS. It's currently a PITA and I hope an update is imminent.
  6. Can someone ( @georgeasch , @cubedj21) please upload/post a link to ONE version I'm having trouble with version where the search box is crapping out (it just stops working) after a while using Win10 version 19H2 v1909. Many Thanks! -JT
  7. Thank you, @bigmuscle for v1.5.13 - Much appreciated! -JT
  8. Bizarre! I've run/tested the PDBDownloader on my Win10 laptop, which does NOT have the debugging tools installed on it, and it runs/downloads the symbols perfectly (without any need to run as admin)! I'm not sure what's different on your system or what could be causing that CMD window to appear. Even the Github home page for the repository says specifically that 'No Debugging tools are Required' and 'No Admin access' required. https://github.com/rajkumar-rangaraj/PDB-Downloader ...
  9. I've had the same issue with the symbols not downloading after Win 10 cumulative updates. Here's a very simple tool/method to manually download the symbols without the need to install the Windows Debugging Tools. Simply: Download the free/open-source 'PDB Downloader' here: https://github.com/rajkumar-rangaraj/PDB-Downloader/releases Run the standalone program and set the 'Saving To:' directory to your local AeroGlass/Symbols location: Next, in the PDB Downloader, open the following 2 files: • C:\Windows\System32\dwmcore.dll • C:\Windows\System32\uDWM.dll
  10. This post listed above gives instructions to manually download the latest W10 symbols to work with any version of AeroGlass. I recently used this technique after the previous cumulative update, and I expect it should work fine for the 19H2 update... -JT
  11. Yes, the script only gets run 'on logon', just before Chrome auto starts. If one manually exits Chrome, the shortcut used to relaunch (as mentioned previously) must also contain the additional startup switch(s). As far as your closed tabs are concerned, I recommend the awesome 'session buddy' Chrome extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/session-buddy/edacconmaakjimmfgnblocblbcdcpbko
  12. Great @AdamW! Hope it all installs smoothly for you... -JT
  13. @gitit20, The last file is the .XML/task profile to be imported into the Windows Task Scheduler. Nothing else needs to accompany the .exe file. After importing the 'ChromeAutoLaunch' task scheduler profile, check that the 'Run with highest privileges' security option is also checked and that the profile is indeed being run from your Windows user account. Also double check that the .exe has been copied to the 'C:\System\Scripts' directory and that this matches the ChromeAutoLaunch.exe location in the Task Scheduler. The icon file is only needed if one edits and then re-compiles the script.
  14. @gitit20, In the 'ChromeAutoLaunch' task scheduler profile, check that the 'Run with highest privileges' security option is checked and that the profile is indeed being run from your Windows user account. Also double check that the .exe is indeed located in the 'C:\System\Scripts' directory.
  15. For anyone that's using AeroGlass with Chrome Browser (v76+) configured to startup with windows and run in the background, you've probably noticed that the required command line switch --disable-windows10-custom-titlebar is NOT remembered at startup time. Unfortunately, if you manually edit the ChromeAutoLaunch registry key, it will get overwritten every time Chrome exits. To address this issue, I created a simple AutoHotkey script that is run 'on login' as a Scheduled Task that automatically adds the necessary startup switch to the required 'ChromeAutoLaunch...' registry key (which has
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