carlitosoo555

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  1. In my opinion it looks good, (not as well as AG) and is very well optimized, what do you think? Do you like this kind of "transparency" and "blur"?
  2. https://mspoweruser.com/windows-10-redstone-3-will-introduce-new-design-language-codenamed-project-neon/ https://mspoweruser.com/project-neon-windows-10-first-look/
  3. Not just him, many guys around here think in the same way, LOL BM was the one that sent that "test version" to NoelC, so that version it is supported by BM.
  4. Is curious how in some insider builds of windows 10 aeroglassGUI is able to regulate the intensity of stripes on taskbar and SIB++ Start menu, but only works on insiders builds:
  5. Well, In the images you can clearly see that the program works well in build 15063, he put those images in this topic:
  6. Apparently NoelC has a preliminary version of Aeroglass for Creators Update:
  7. Since there is still no official version or test version of Aeroglass for the Creators Update, I don't know if Bigmuscle will allow me to publish here the way I made his program work partially and with some bugs on build 15063, yesterday I sent him a message asking if I could do it.
  8. LOL, I have no reason to come here and put fake screenshot, on the other hand, I have installed Starlsback and there I have enabled the blur in the taskbar and for some reason Aeroglass has a direct influence on the blur of the taskbar As I show below, if you do not want to believe it is not my problem:
  9. Read my previous comments, I said clearly that it does not work at 100% and has some bugs when blur is enabled, that's why I have the blur disabled, but if you want to see blur here you have it
  10. Aeroglass working on build 15063.11: Also, as something curious to mention, look at how the AeroglassGUI tool modifies the blur level of the Groove app in this build, is another use to add to this excellent tool
  11. I'm not sure but I think you misunderstood me because of the translator you use, when I said transparencies, obviously I was referring ONLY TO TITLE BARS and not to the rest of the window, that is what Aeroglass does, modify the appearance of TITLE BARS ONLY, if you want transparencies across the whole window you have to install other types of programs, personally I don't like transparency in the whole window, it looks horrible and it is not practical for everyday use, but it is my opinion, I guess others will like it.
  12. In fact, the themes, reflection and transparency effect work just fine in build 15063 (which is the build that would be released to the general public in April, I think) of course, it doesn't work perfect and has some bugs, but until Bigmuscle updates his program, I can live with those bugs in the machine where I have installed the Creators Update.
  13. It is curious how in some insiders builds where I use Aeroglass, the same level of reflection that is applied in the titlebar is also applied in the taskbar and can be adjusted with AeroGlassGUI tool, this doesn't happen in the public version of the SO, at least to me, In this case I am using "Vista reflection".
  14. If you want to have the minimum size allowed for those buttons you have to put 8 in "Font" and 10 in "Window title bar height", from there, you can play with those two values until you find the ideal size of those buttons, for example, my ideal size is 10 in "Font" and 18 in "Window title bar height", but each one has a different preference.
  15. I don't know if I understood correctly what you mean, but those buttons can be easily resized with Winaerotweaker:
  16. Read this topic:
  17. But specifically for which theme atlas?, there are several themes compatible with windows 10
  18. I already have that value in 15, but I have noticed that the edges of the windows do not look the same as in build 14393.576, (in that build I also have that value set to 15), I think that's normal because it's an insider build and I'm not using the same DWMglass file in both builds.
  19. That's strange, I used Winaero Tweaker to bring back the classic paint on build 14986 and I had no problem:
  20. The version of Aeroglass that I use in the insiders builds doesn't work in modern apps since build 14955 but, for some reason, it returned to work on modern apps in build 14986 and in the rest of the system it works relatively well.
  21. I wonder why the problem with AeroglassGUI only happens with the color black, if I choose any other color for inactive windows works perfect: Even slightly changing the black color in the color editor works fine: But if I choose the "pure" black color, the inactive title bar always is white and the registry key "Accent color inactive" is automatically deleted:
  22. It may be an obvious detail but you have to have this option enabled: "Show colour in titlebar" and then log off or reboot
  23. In my case I have noticed that even when you put the same black color in both active and inactive windows in AeroglassGUI, the inactive windows always have this white color with clsharp and Crystalight TextGlow-Dark themes, even after a reboot, (this only happens with the black color): I found two ways to change that, manually change the registry or use Winaero tweaker, the latter is the one I use: This is the result, black color in both windows: I don't know if there are other methods, but those two work for me.
  24. @NoelC I edited my comment because you were right, after installing this experimental build, I forgot to put the same color on all tabs in AeroglassGUI, now Crystalight TextGlow-Dark looks like this with black and blue: Thanks for the hint.
  25. The theme that I use mainly is "clsharp_v4.4" and sometimes I change to "Crystalight TextGlow-Dark" and the only color I use is black, those two themes work very well on modern applications with this experimental build, but I fully understand that for those who use other themes and other colors, those borders can be a serious issue, but for me, it's not a big deal.