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Mitch_Rapp

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  1. Once again, thank you so much for taking the time to help me with this. The only question I have is regarding the fact that when I try (with aeroglass gui) to change the atlas, my minimize, maximize and close buttons disappear. Is there something I'm not doing besides using the gui to point at the atlas I wish to try out?
  2. Just wondering if anyone out there knows which packages that come with Objectdock are compatible with aeroglass and which aren't (if there are any that aren't, that is)? I'm trying to play around with "ShadowFX" and I can't seem to get the window shadow to show that I am selecting. I am guessing this MIGHT have something to do with Aeroglass, but I'm just not sure, so I was hoping that someone out there could help me out. Thanks so much.
  3. Thank you so much for taking the time to write everything out nice and straightforward. I was definitely a little confused, so I really appreciate you doing that. I backed up, followed the instructions and have rebooted. Is it normal that the settings app in W10 doesn't skin like the rest of the glassy looking windows 7-like windows that aeroglass creates?
  4. Thank you for replying and sorry for getting back to this so late. If you're still around or if anyone else can see this and can help, my question is now, do I drop the UxTSB32.dll and UxTSB64.dll in C:\Aeroglass then apply the registry edits mentioned in the Ux bypass instructions minus the LoadAppInit_Dll to 1?
  5. Hello Everyone, I'm a new user/fan of Aero Glass. According to my log file, I have installed Aero Glass properly. My question is, is the registry editing mandatory in order to get other applications (like browsers) to theme? I am particularly talking about the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows. I first created a restore point, then attempted to edit that part of the registry and (at least in my case, I think) I also added the key RequireSignedAppInit_DLLs, as that particular key was not present. However, upon doing this I ran into a BSOD. When I restored back into Windows, I checked the log file and it was a repetition of the following error, "[0x2594:0x3770] This library can be injected into DWM process only!". Since restoring, I haven't gone back into the registry as I wanted to sign up and ask if anyone could help me out with some advice or point me in the direction of where I can find out what happened when I attempted to edit the registry. I'd like to try out other member's theme atlas' but when I try by renaming the current .png file, pasting the one I want to try, things are not working correctly. I've tried with the GUI tool, as well as by placing the .png I want in and also renaming the layout file to match the .png (Is that step necessary or will other atlas files work without changing that file's name?) but I'm running into some problems. I am going to attach my debug file. I apologize if this has already been covered elsewhere. I've been trying to search for my own answers and I've found a lot of useful information along the way which has only made me want to use Aero Glass even more. I now just want to be able to get it to work fully 100% correctly and also learn how to try out other themes as I really hate the way W10 looks. Thank you for any help. debug.log
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