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psychonaut25

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  1. Thank you, I absolutely love it! But I'm having one issue with this one. The size of the buttons on the title bar of every window changes fairly dramatically when I maximize the window, even though they look fine when the window isn't occupying the entire screen. Definitely not the way it looked in Windows 7. I learned how to adjust the height of these buttons by modifying the following via regedit HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Control panel/Desktop/Windows metrics/Captionheight ...however, that modifies the height for non-maximized windows, as well. I only want to modify the height for ma
  2. I've been really struggling to find a solution to this problem... For starters, today I found this layout for Aero Glass 8+ and I absolutely love it. It's a beautifully faithful re-creation of the Windows 7 style Aero look, and ever since I switched to Windows 10 back in January, I've been slowly but surely doing everything I could to make it look, sound, feel, & behave as much like Windows 7 as possible. However, I've run into a problem... The size of the buttons on the title bar of every window changes fairly dramatically when I maximize the window, even though they look fine
  3. To be very clear: The second image shows the type of taskbar items that I want, with the color gradient and rounded corners, as well as the classic Windows 7 start menu icon. The first image shows the type of start menu itself that I want, courtesy of Open-Shell.
  4. So, I've been using OpenShell in Windows 10 for a while now because it allows me to customize the start menu to exactly as I like it. I was using it in Windows 7, and now I'm using it in Windows 10. But I was Googling about how to remove the little colored bar underneath active programs in Windows 10, and StartIsBack++ came up in my search. I decided to try it, and I absolutely love the way it customizes the taskbar, and it even does a much better job of replacing the start menu icon than OpenShell does. But, it seems to override OpenShell's start menu appearance itself, which I do
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