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On Windows 10 is there a way to get rid of the clear borders here?

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Hi guys!

 

I really love how Aero Glass looks with Windows 10. But I'm wondering, is there a way to get rid of these transparent borders around the edge of the start menu and system tray? I'd rather have it just end at the edge of the black part. Here is what I'm talking about:

 

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Thanks!

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Hi guys!
 
I really love how Aero Glass looks with Windows 10. But I'm wondering, is there a way to get rid of these transparent borders around the edge of the start menu and system tray? I'd rather have it just end at the edge of the black part. Here is what I'm talking about:
 
H2twkKC.png
 
 
yTarX45.png
 
Thanks!


 
This will give you exactly what you want. https://mega.nz/#!1IB2BKCa!nmDBxhwnIrSnpOE_U92to8IL473mHZ2xkB2RmQ77RKI Put folder or both files in C:\Aeroglass, and choose themeatlas with aeroglassgui.  Here is link if you don't have it xxx

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Removed link which violated my copyright.

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But not all apps. Settings is like this;

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Well, here is my settings app.

 

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I am a total noob when it comes to atlas files and theme layouts so forgive me if this is a stupid question.  Would it be possible for someone to modify the win8rp theme atlas so that it has no borders?  I like the rest of it just as it is...I would just prefer to have it without borders.  When I un-check the theme atlas image in the AeroGlass GUI (1st image link), it completely makes the buttons and title bar hard to see, but it makes the borders perfect.  When I check the theme atlas image (2nd image link), the buttons and title bar are easy to see, but the offset border is visible.

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This will give you what you want I think.  I was able to remove borders from everywhere except for the title bar of the ACTIVE window.  You will see what I mean, but all borders elsewhere are gone.  I have commented out the original values so you can see what I changed.  You just need to open your win8rp.png.layout file with notepad, and replace everything in there with what I have posted below.  As I said, all original values are still there, but commented out with a # sign.  Then, with the Aeroglassgui.exe file, just re-choose the win8rp.png themeatlas file.  It is very important for me to mention that the themeatlas, and the layout files must both start with the same name, e.g. win8rp!  Good luck!

 

# Rectangles# 8002 = TMT_ATLASRECT1;0;8002=0,502,15,518   # Frames.Window.Bottom2;0;8002=111,384,173,428  # Shadow.Bottom3;0;8002=62,528,94,616   # Buttons.RestoreMax.Active4;0;8002=62,616,94,704   # Buttons.RestoreMax.Inactive5;0;8002=62,440,93,528   # Buttons.HelpMin.Active6;0;8002=62,352,93,440   # Buttons.HelpMin.Inactive7;0;8002=111,88,162,176   # Buttons.Close.Active8;0;8002=111,264,162,352  # Buttons.Close.Inactive9;0;8002=111,176,162,264  # Buttons.CloseLone.Active10;0;8002=111,0,162,88   # Buttons.CloseLone.Inactive12;0;8002=0,290,13,346   # Buttons.Close.Glyph.96dpi13;0;8002=16,322,33,390   # Buttons.Close.Glyph.120dpi14;0;8002=37,80,58,160   # Buttons.Close.Glyph.144dpi15;0;8002=62,176,87,264   # Buttons.Close.Glyph.192dpi16;0;8002=0,86,10,142   # Buttons.Help.Glyph.96dpi17;0;8002=16,390,33,462   # Buttons.Help.Glyph.120dpi18;0;8002=37,160,58,240   # Buttons.Help.Glyph.144dpi19;0;8002=62,264,87,352   # Buttons.Help.Glyph.192dpi20;0;8002=0,698,16,754   # Buttons.Maximize.Glyph.96dpi21;0;8002=16,118,33,186   # Buttons.Maximize.Glyph.120dpi22;0;8002=16,694,37,774   # Buttons.Maximize.Glyph.144dpi23;0;8002=62,88,87,176   # Buttons.Maximize.Glyph.192dpi24;0;8002=0,346,14,402   # Buttons.Minimize.Glyph.96dpi25;0;8002=16,254,33,322   # Buttons.Minimize.Glyph.120dpi26;0;8002=37,0,58,80   # Buttons.Minimize.Glyph.144dpi27;0;8002=62,0,87,88   # Buttons.Minimize.Glyph.192dpi28;0;8002=0,402,14,458   # Buttons.Restore.Glyph.96dpi29;0;8002=16,186,33,254   # Buttons.Restore.Glyph.120dpi30;0;8002=16,614,37,694   # Buttons.Restore.Glyph.144dpi31;0;8002=37,710,62,798   # Buttons.Restore.Glyph.192dpi32;0;8002=0,42,8,50    # Frames.Window.Left33;0;8002=16,0,32,74   # Shadow.Left34;0;8002=0,34,8,42    # Frames.Window.Right35;0;8002=37,240,59,314   # Shadow.Right36;0;8002=0,224,13,238   # Frames.ToolWindow.Bottom37;0;8002=0,578,15,638   # Buttons.ToolClose.Active38;0;8002=0,518,15,578   # Buttons.ToolClose.Inactive39;0;8002=0,50,9,86    # Buttons.ToolClose.Glyph.96dpi40;0;8002=0,166,11,210   # Buttons.ToolClose.Glyph.120dpi41;0;8002=0,238,13,290   # Buttons.ToolClose.Glyph.144dpi42;0;8002=0,638,15,698   # Buttons.ToolClose.Glyph.192dpi43;0;8002=0,12,7,18    # Frames.ToolWindow.Left44;0;8002=0,18,7,24    # Frames.ToolWindow.Right45;0;8002=0,210,13,224   # Frames.ToolWindow.Top46;0;8002=62,704,111,745  # TextGlow47;0;8002=0,458,15,472   # Frames.Window.Top48;0;8002=111,352,173,384  # Shadow.Top49;0;8002=0,472,15,486   # Frames.Window.Shadowless.Top50;0;8002=0,486,15,502   # Frames.Window.Shadowless.Bottom51;0;8002=0,154,11,166   # Frames.AeroPeek.Left52;0;8002=0,142,11,154   # Frames.AeroPeek.Right53;0;8002=16,506,37,560   # Frames.AeroPeek.Top54;0;8002=16,462,37,484   # Frames.AeroPeek.Bottom55;0;8002=0,0,5,6    # Frames.ToolWindow.AeroPeek.Left56;0;8002=0,6,5,12    # Frames.ToolWindow.AeroPeek.Right57;0;8002=16,74,33,118   # Frames.ToolWindow.AeroPeek.Top58;0;8002=0,24,7,34    # Frames.ToolWindow.AeroPeek.Bottom59;0;8002=37,314,59,710   # Animations.LoadingSpinner61;0;8002=16,560,37,614   # Frames.AeroPeek.Shadowless.Top62;0;8002=16,484,37,506   # Frames.AeroPeek.Shadowless.Bottom63;0;8002=238,0,433,189   # Frames.AeroPeek.Background# Sizing margins# 3601 = TMT_SIZINGMARGINS1;0;3601=6,6,1,42;0;3601=30,29,0,03;0;3601=12,12,6,84;0;3601=12,12,6,85;0;3601=12,12,6,86;0;3601=12,12,6,87;0;3601=20,20,6,88;0;3601=20,20,6,89;0;3601=20,20,6,810;0;3601=20,20,6,832;0;3601=2,2,1,133;0;3601=0,0,17,1734;0;3601=2,2,1,135;0;3601=0,0,17,1736;0;3601=5,5,2,337;0;3601=2,2,2,238;0;3601=2,2,2,243;0;3601=3,2,0,044;0;3601=2,3,0,045;0;3601=5,5,2,146;0;3601=23,23,10,1047;0;3601=6,6,2,148;0;3601=28,28,0,051;0;3601=2,0,0,052;0;3601=0,2,0,053;0;3601=2,2,2,054;0;3601=2,2,1,255;0;3601=2,0,0,056;0;3601=2,0,0,057;0;3601=0,0,2,258;0;3601=2,2,1,263;0;3601=0,183,0,183# Content margins# 3602 = TMT_CONTENTMARGINS# 3;0;3602=2,3,2,43;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 4;0;3602=2,3,2,44;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 5;0;3602=3,1,2,45;0;3602=1,0,0,06;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 6;0;3602=3,1,2,4# 7;0;3602=1,2,2,47;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 8;0;3602=1,2,2,48;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 9;0;3602=2,1,2,49;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 10;0;3602=2,1,2,410;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 37;0;3602=5,5,5,537;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 38;0;3602=5,5,5,538;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 45;0;3602=5,0,0,045;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 46;0;3602=17,17,8,1046;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 47;0;3602=6,0,0,047;0;3602=1,0,0,0# 53;0;3602=2,0,0,053;0;3602=1,0,0,057;0;3602=1,0,0,0
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dhjohns....you are, without a doubt, THE MAN!!!  Thank you so much.  That is exactly what I was looking for.  

 

Thanks again!!

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Hey dhjohns, sorry to bother you again but do you know which one of the line items in the layout file (notepad) controls the thin white border under the title bar? here

I'd like to extend the little white line out just a few more pixels to the edge.  The inactive title bar is perfect...as is the rest of the layout. The picture link shows what I'm referring to.

 

"I was able to remove borders from everywhere except for the title bar of the ACTIVE window.  You will see what I mean, but all borders elsewhere are gone."

Is that what you were referring to in your post about the title bar having the border?

 

I really do appreciate all your help too.

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That is what I was talking about.  BTW, you haven't given proper sharing permissions to any of your google drive links.  But, I know what you mean.  I tried to get rid of it, but couldn't.  Perhaps someone else knows.  Try these themes if you like.  You might like it better. https://mega.nz/#!1IB2BKCa!nmDBxhwnIrSnpOE_U92to8IL473mHZ2xkB2RmQ77RKI

 

That issue you speak of is not in this package I have linked to.

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Well poop...Thanks for the heads up with the gDrive links and sharing.  I'm pretty new in here so I'll research a better way to post pics.  Thank you...

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Well poop...Thanks for the heads up with the gDrive links and sharing.  I'm pretty new in here so I'll research a better way to post pics.  Thank you...

This is what I use.  http://postimage.org/

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Thanks a lot !

 

This reduced considerably some weird blinking in the calendar window and notification.

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