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  1. Have to say that I have never needed to do this as the symbols have always downloaded fine for me over the last couple of years.
  2. Just be aware that Aero Glass doesn't work with the next major update of Windows (2004) and has issues with the last couple of updates to 1909.
  3. You need to donate to get a licence key that you put in the Aero Glass folder so that it can download the extra info it needs. That will fix this and get rid of the watermark.
  4. Aeroglass doesn't work with the last two updates for windows 10 (x.752 and x.778 (maybe more)). There is a workaround mentioned in this thread but use it AT YOUR OWN RISK.
  5. Something in Windows 18363.778 has caused Aeroglass to break. It is being discussed later in this thread.
  6. Hi all. I recently updated windows from 1803 to 1909 and since then i've been getting an occasional error come up when starting my pc as shown below. It doesn't happen every time I start the pc and rebooting usually fixes it. Any ideas what's causing it? Debug log in next post. Cheers.
  7. I've updated to the same build but the Home version without any issues. Make sure you have the latest version of Aeroglass and maybe try reinstalling it or deleting the 'symbols' folder to see if that fixes it.
  8. @Raiderman Works fine for me. Using Firefox 72.0.1
  9. Tried to download this but my antivirus flagged it as infected with Win32:malware-gen.
  10. You can also disable hardware acceleration through the Firefox settings. In about:preferences>General scroll down to 'Performance' and uncheck 'Use recommended performance settings' and then uncheck the new entry that appears for 'Use hardware acceleration when available' I've checked and it changes the same setting in about:config that you have mentioned.
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