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Aero Glass for Win10 Version 2004 Build 19041


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1 hour ago, NoelC said:

A small but dedicated group of die hard afficionados want to AT LEAST have visible window borders, ideally with rounded corners (though to each his/her own).

Big Muscle (or anyone), is there any way to resurrect borders, even without transparency?

-Noel

this works for me with UxThemePatcher

https://www.deviantart.com/niivu/art/Glassic-780843509

 

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@uk58

Blur transparency is present?

Are those reflections life, or just an static image?

 

EDIT: Ok i tested it myself... reflections are ugly... it's just a static image.

EDIT2: Same problem with the white corners...

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I'm using Aero7X Reset by NewInifitePro found on Deviant Art.

Software used for this is WindowBlinds, this costs under $10. Taskbar transparency needs to be set every time windows has started. The program is called 'System Transparency - Prisoner'.

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Hello Azarino

Thanks very much for your reply

I've played around with Aero7X Reset (Clear subtheme)-  and System Transparency by Prisoner7. While I have no problems adjusting transparency amounts in my system, I have not been able to introduce any blur into the window title bars and taskbar like you have in your screenshot. The amount of transparency and blur you have would be ideal for me.

Could you perhaps tell us what settings you use in this theme (Colours, Transparency, Textures and Fonts) and in System Transparency - Prisoner for the blur effect?

Could you mention any other info that could help - do you use a start menu replacement, what are your Windows 10 Colours settings, what settings have you enabled in the WindowBlinds general settings and what is your Windows 10 build version?

 

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Covid doesn't typically last for months. Even years ago when Aero Glass was just released bigmuscle wasn't the one who'd constantly chat in forums. He'd only publicly talk when there's a release coming or an issue is present that needs to be diagnosed.

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