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  1. Oh right. Sorry then. I mistunderstood. But seems to be too hard to just get letters black and white glowing for something that I can see perfectly anyways. It would just be aesthetic in this case. In the pop-up thing it's not just aesthetic which kinda annoys sometimes me but what to do ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ hahaha. In that one I could have more work with it though, even if I had to try coding something in C or C++ with some API for the first time - would learn too, which would be cool. Maybe someone finds this and knows who to fix it some day. As I said I'm supposed to not do anything big on the system for "some" years (unless I REALLY need a newer Store app with newer Windows version requirements), so I can wait XD.
  2. It's a pity then... I won't format it hopefully until 2029 when the support for LTSC 2019 is dropped (XD), so I guess I'll have to stay with this here forever... If it was just the border, but not even a shadow is there. So Windows may have that broken now on that pop-up --> ONLY on that one.... wtf?!?!?! This is weird. Ah crap... I could also have restored the system from some restore point, but somehow I managed to disable them until I had everything ready on the computer, so no restore points where I needed them XD. Ah no, what I wanted was to put the glow effect and black color on Paint and Wordpad, just that. The buttons don't matter here. The main thing with the picture was to show that it's not black nor with the glow effect as the other windows are. Just tried that but it didn't work. Didn't notice at all any change. Nor by changing to 1. To 0 must be to disable it, I guess. To 4 and maybe 5 it increases the glow effect on the normal windows. Paint and Wordpad didn't change at all. But there's no problem with that really. I don't mind. I only mind not having anything decent to distinguish the taskbar pop-up from other windows behind it... But unless someone knows why the bug is happening, I guess I'll have to stick with it.... Thanks for trying though.
  3. First of all, thank you for the reply. The thing is that the borders work in ALL the other places. Just not there. Not even the shadow to differenciate it from other windows. Like in these examples of working things - which are all but on that "pop-up" window (interesting enough, there's some weird bug that puts the title words blank and without glow effect on some programs like Paint and Wordpad while all the others have them black as I've configured, for some reason): The borders work everywhere. Just not on the arrow "pop-up". And I have exactly no idea why it doesn't work ONLY there. So that's why I was asking if AeroGlass changes any system files or something more specific that could break only this "pop-up", not all the others. Also, about the registry, I just checked and there seems to be nothing here that could have to do with the border. EDIT: About the GUI, I have that version already. And another thing, I don't think it has to do with some bug AeroGlass trying to change the border on the "pop-up", but with some bug on AeroGlass when I switched versions - or something other than that that doesn't come to my mind. Because the custom theme I have applied to help with Windows 7 appearance is ALSO supposed to activate the border on the "pop-up" - I tried on the virtual machine: both AeroGlass and the custom theme activate the borders. So AeroGlass might have changed something somewhere and now the borders can't be enabled for some reason, no matter what tries to enable them.
  4. Hi everyone. So I've messed with versions 1.5.10 and 1.5.13 (switched between them, from 10 to 13 and then again from 13 to 10) and I believe it was that that broke something on the taskbar, but I can't be sure because I can't replicate the issue... The problem is here (taken from main system): And it should be something like this (taken from virtual machine where I tried to replicate the issue and I couldn't): The difference is the border. And I love the border, because without it, I can't distinguish the little window very well if the thing behind is blue. The shadow also went away (the shadow border), which makes it worse. And I've no idea what I did to it... I also have a custom theme applied to help with the Windows 7 look. And both the theme and AeroGlass for Win8.1+ provide the border (tested on the virtual machine), but none of them puts it back now and I can't understand why. Does this program modify any system files or something, so I can restore them? I'd love to have the border back... It's on Network, Clock and Sound "pop-ups" though. Just not here for some reason. Hopefully anyone here finds enough information here to understand this and tell me a possible solution? I can provide any information necessary, just ask. I won't format this thing again after 2 days configuring it... (just installed Windows 10 permanently - in case it may help, LTSC 2019 Enterprise which runs on build 1809, version 17763.1432). Thanks in advance for any help!
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