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CKyHC

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About CKyHC

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  1. @BJFox, you are using only transparency not blur. I think that transparency can be achieved without AeroGlass...
  2. Yes. I'm waitng... And change log is absent...
  3. Waiting for 32-bit version...
  4. BigMuscle, were is the 32-bit version?
  5. Let the Re-Tweakage Begin

    If MS remove classic personalization panel at all, it's not so scare - it's exists 3rd party software for this: Personalization Panel for Windows 10 by Winaero http://winaero.com/download.php?view.1822
  6. StartIsBack++ 2.0

    I'm agreed with you - not so many peoples need that stripes. And I didn't know that it's so... hard to support. Please, if you will have some free time, think about some... implementation of this feature. You can make this as option, with possibility to disable it if it stops to work or became buggy due to AeroGlass updates or Windows updates. On my work several computers with Windows 7 yet. And I everyday see that stripes on them. I must say that taskbar with native Windows 7 aero looks very nice. And stripes on it makes this look just impressive!
  7. StartIsBack++ 2.0

    But can't you make support for Aero Glass in SiB?
  8. StartIsBack++ 2.0

    As I understand, there is no way to have stripes on taskbar same as in Windows 7? It's sad...
  9. Let the Re-Tweakage Begin

    Yes, it's right. But on NoelC's screen written "Better borders and translucency via Aero Glass for Win8+". But there is no properly working version of AeroGlass for Version 1703... That's why I ask...
  10. Let the Re-Tweakage Begin

    NoelC, wich version of AeroGlass you're using on 1703 Windows version?
  11. StartIsBack++ 2.0

    But why I can't find stripes in AeroSquared.style file? I opened it via Windows Style Builder, and I find only stripes on borders of taskbands, but they a too low saturated to be noticed... How stripes can be in AeroSquared.style if there is no reflection image in it? And only when I add reflection image to DWMWindow class in my theme style I can see stripes on taskbar. I tried to use AeroSquared.style for taskbar and no stripes on it... I apologize for importunity... Maybe I don't understand something... Maybe SiB reproduce stripes not through image, but any other way... But why they don't work for me? P.S. Yes! I find them! 2 or 3 stripes was behind my pinned icons. But why they so weak? How I can make them stronger? And where is the image of them to edit? P.P.S. It's strange that system tray icons moves stripes to left on taskbar. I have many tray icons and stripes moves bihind my pinned to taskbar icons... Therefore, in my free space on taskbar (it's on the center of taskbar) I don't have any stripe...
  12. StartIsBack++ 2.0

    Perfomed some tests today. Summary: 1. AeroSquared style from your link doesn't have stripes. I opened it in WSB and DWMWindow class not contain reflection image. 2. Even adding DWMWindow class with reflection image to this style not enabled stripes not on taskbar not on SiB menu. 3. Stripes on taskbar appears when main theme style contains reflection image. Therefore, SiB reads reflection image from main theme style, not from SiB styles. 4. Stripes on SiB menu didn't work at any case. 5. Stripes on taskbands didn't work too. Or they intansity too low to see them.
  13. StartIsBack++ 2.0

    I use this style for Menu and for taskbar, but I don't see any stripe...
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