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  1. My current taskbar texture looks like this (see image below) while using WindowsBlinds along with this skin: https://www.deviantart.com/newinfinitepro/art/Aero7X-Reset-for-Windowblinds-10-836337064. However, the previous Taskbar Texture I was using was this glassy one (see image below too) and I had implemented it using Open Shell. Now that I have WindowsBlinds however, it overwrote the texture and I don't know how to change it back, or just disable it. Thanks.
  2. I have not changed the icons of these buttons nor did anything else with them. I restarted my computer multiple times but nothing worked. My only hypothesis is that when I changed from dark theme to light theme it glitched somehow?
  3. I had a very nice taskbar texture from when I was using Open Shell but now that I downloaded WindowsBlinds, along with a custom theme, it's gone replaced by another one. I tried going into WindowsBlinds and changing it but there were only the ones from the theme and the app itself. Any way to overwrite Open Shell with WindowsBlinds or just disable the WindowsBlinds texture? Thanks.
  4. I know there are tools like Windows Aero and OldNewExplorer but none of them had an option to have a Win7 styled Glassy Aero theme. I am thinking of buying WindowsBlinds along with this: https://www.deviantart.com/newinfinitepro/art/Aero7X-Reset-for-Windowblinds-10-836337064 but I am wondering if there are any other "hidden" tools there are out on the web that I could use.
  5. Hey Just signed up after looking at some posts on your forum and thought I'd contribute my custom reflection glass theme I just finished. If settings properly set together with Black Glass Enhancer V0.5 you can actually add decent colorful animating backgrounds. MY IDEAL BUILD OF W10 is actually TWO reflection images, one with slower animation. That way you see some depth wich would look great if animated backgrounds ever return... (And our cpu can take that) We all know the future (or you know now) is real life to be the real wallpaper for windows, But for now, please enjoy my
  6. I want to change the red zone of the image. I want to know if this is part of a particular ddl, or if I have to change the aero theme to change this. Remember that this is the last part of the setup. It does not use arunimg.dll or spwizimg.dll Thanks
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