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With classic shell it has options to control the Start Menu Transparency. http://www.classicshell.net/

btw can you supply the wallpaper that you used in your post?

Thanks, Dp

¿Classic shell can make the start menu transparent?

I use Startisback

I want to make transparent this start menu:

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Wallpaper download here

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With a theme atlas update Windows 10 build 9926 starts to feel comfortable again...

 

Win10Build9926WithAeroGlass.png

 

Thank you, Big Muscle.  The tool seems to work fine here.

 

-Noel

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Would like to post my debug.log but can't find a upload function !

Will give later a link to my server where it can be downloaded.

 

Here you go http://94.214.7.134/debug.rar

 

Greetz Base

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Would like to post my debug.log but can't find a upload function !

Will give later a link to my server where it can be downloaded.

 

Greetz Base

 

Can you not use Pastebin.com?

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A good tip never used that :)

 

And I have seen some screen shots by now with the taskbar transparantie enabled how do you guys do that ?

 

I have been trying to do it but I can't seem to get it going :P

 

Update I have now used the command tool from the website and now on my main screen the taskbar is blur enabled but my secondary desktop the taskbar blur is disabled yet

 

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Windows 10 9926 version (and taskblur hack) works as advertised:

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as you changed the color of the aero on the taskbar?

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Nice job with the use of the atlas png file, funny as we get aeroglass working, and throw in some borders, corners and buttons that suddenly things just look Right Again, It is unfortunate Microsoft does not see it that way..

~DP :}

With a theme atlas update Windows 10 build 9926 starts to feel comfortable again...

 

Win10Build9926WithAeroGlass.png

 

Thank you, Big Muscle.  The tool seems to work fine here.

 

-Noel

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Would like to post my debug.log but can't find a upload function !

Will give later a link to my server where it can be downloaded.

 

Here you go http://94.214.7.134/debug.rar

 

Greetz Base

What I did was copied the content from the debug file and pasted it here. I think it on page 1 when I did it

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With a theme atlas update Windows 10 build 9926 starts to feel comfortable again...

 

Win10Build9926WithAeroGlass.png

 

Thank you, Big Muscle.  The tool seems to work fine here.

 

-Noel

Thanks Noel for that theme atlas

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With a theme atlas update Windows 10 build 9926 starts to feel comfortable again...

 

Win10Build9926WithAeroGlass.png

 

Thank you, Big Muscle.  The tool seems to work fine here.

 

-Noel

Thanks Noel for that theme atlas

 

Yes thx Noel looks realy nice :)

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Would like to post my debug.log but can't find a upload function !

Will give later a link to my server where it can be downloaded.

 

Here you go http://94.214.7.134/debug.rar

 

Greetz Base

What I did was copied the content from the debug file and pasted it here. I think it on page 1 when I did it

 

Yeah but my debug log would fill up the page :P

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You're welcome, guys, and thanks for the feedback.  It was a quick effort and I might have missed some things - please let me know if you find anything wrong.

 

Unfortunately, Microsoft processes the theme resources in such a way that it's impossible to make the borders look sharp and clean - perhaps it has to do with high DPI scaling, I'm not sure.  But whatever the reason, with all the versions of Windows 10 so far the pixels at the border are not painted one for one from the theme atlas, which makes the borders seem a little less sharp and clean than I'd like.

 

Also, I personally like to reduce the size of the title bar, which used to work across the board but now only works for Desktop applications (not Metro).  Still it's an improvement.  This registry file will do that...

 

http://Noel.ProDigitalSoftware.com/ForumPosts/Win81/SetWindowMetrics.reg

 

-Noel

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