MrGRiM

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  1. Thanks for the update Tihiy, the show desktop button is working great now and the msstyle UI is much better, only UI bug I am still getting is the scroll arrows don't function when using a mouse, you have to use keyboard arrow keys to select different start buttons and start menus. I have also noticed that the system tray flyout background is controlled by the custom taskbar coloring, this is a nice feature but I have run in to an issue because I have my taskbar background color set to fully transparent and while this looks great on my taskbar, in the system tray flyout it makes it very hard to see the white default system icons if for instance you open it with a white window or web page behind it, if possible could we have the option for that background to be either returned to the default flyout background like the volume and clock flyout or with a separate coloring and transparency slider, I think the later may be a better solution and maybe you could incorporate the other flyouts as well. Also if you could please change the font properties back to Taskbar & System Tray > System Tray > Basic > Clock for the clock, I have no idea why RS1 changed the clock text color and font properties to the taskband. One last skinning request as well, if it's not too much trouble, could please add back the ability to add an image in Taskbar & System Tray > System Tray > Basic > Horizontal > TrayNotify > Background to enable having the complete system tray themeable again that would be awesome, thank you.
  2. I am using my HUD Machine RS1 theme, in Taskbar & System Tray > System Tray > Basic > Clock I have set the clock background to none but I still get the hard coded grey background, I tried with an image as well but I have the same results, I have also added back the classes and properties for the show desktop but all I get when I hover over it is a grey transparent button. Here is the theme for you to test https://www.mediafire.com/?qtcqahcblccfqjc If possible could you also make the clock text and font properties use Taskbar & System Tray > System Tray > Basic > Clock like it used to be pre RS1 instead of Taskbar & System Tray > TaskBand > Basic > TaskBand or Taskbar & System Tray > TaskBand > Aero > TaskBand. Thanks for all your hard work on this mate
  3. Scroll buttons for the appearance menu still not working, I have to click on something and then use the arrow keys, also seem to be having problems getting the show desktop button and tray clock to theme, I have added all the classes and properties but don't seem able to change them, the task view buttons and aero peek are working nicely though.
  4. That would have been perfect if it had come to be, I think with your talents you could probably do a better job as well as a better editor, the original developer of WSB abandoned it long ago, one of the members has been running the site for years and has tried to keep it updated but it seems he has also given up on the project.
  5. I don't know what will be working in RS3, I have stopped taking interest in the new builds, if the msstyles is going to become obsolete then I will probably just stick with the current build or go back to using Windows 8.1
  6. Liking how things are going mate, task item buttons look really good but the TaskbandExtendedUI looks a bit buggy with some themes I tested, having problems with the close button being cut off, as well as borders being cut off if content margins are increased. I would also suggest to use W8::TaskbandExtendedUI class that was present in Windows 8 so that it could be imported from a Windows 8 theme and then override the default TaskbandExtendedUI and to have an option to disable all or some of the full taskbar skinning elements so it doesn't introduce problems in unsupported themes, e.g. the "show desktop button". I also noticed with this version that when testing a theme in Windows Style Builder it always makes the taskbar skinning go blank and you have to apply again in the SiB configuration for it to appear correctly again, there were also some UI bugs, the arrows for the start menu appearance options are not working and also the default themed start menu on custom themes wont apply unless you first select anything other then the Default Windows 10 start menu.
  7. Great to see you are still working on this project, would love a test version to play about with
  8. Works great for me with custom themes, tried on the latest insider build VM, no glass effect as there are no symbols but UxTSB is working fine, thanks for taking the time to work on this mate :)
  9. Glad you found the bug, I hope it's not too much trouble to fix.
  10. Could it be that you are having problems that are theme related, if you are using ThemeSignatureBypass and also ModernFrame.dll and use the uninstaller then it may remove the AppInit_DLLs settings and that would leave your system unpatched to use a custom theme, if you then rebooted windows will not log in, this is another reason why I use Uxstyle along side ThemeSignatureBypass.
  11. The program I am using shows the blur I just have it set to 0, this one is called Black Glass Enhanced http://curiouso9.deviantart.com/art/Black-Glass-Enhanced-v0-5-15675271 You have fixed the problem before on all other releases for Windows 8 and Windows 10 after it was mentioned.
  12. Sorry just wanted to ask if this could be fixed so it doesn't artefact when using full glass on explorer windows, not something I am personally bothered about as I don't like full glass windows but there are a few people that do, I know this has been a problem with all previous releases as well but you always seemed to make a fix for it easily enough.
  13. Thanks for all your hard work mate, is there any plans to release a modernframe.dll without the cmd windows to go with this release? Also wanted to mention that the option to export a theme atlas with the latest GUI works brilliantly, love it and thanks again
  14. This will get you started, copy and save to a text file, rename extension to .reg to apply, change the accent colors to the values you desire argb (Alpha, Red, Green, Blue) Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\DWM] "AccentColor"=dword:c41f1f1f "EnableBlurBlend"=dword:00000000 "GlassOpacity"=dword:00000055 "AccentColorInactive"=dword:c41f1f1f
  15. Work PC's shouldn't be a factor here, no work or office PC user should be concerned on how pretty their desktop looks or be using any 3rd party customization software, I am sure your employers wouldn't be too pleased to see that.