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About Aethelflaed

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    Windows 10 x64
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  1. Display Your Desktop With Aero Glass 8+

    Windows 10 with StartisBack, Aero Glass, Win 7 icons, a few modded dll files, Winaero's Classic Sticky Notes and the Aero Compact skin for Winamp.
  2. That's odd - I don't get any crashes at all. The only thing that happens in my case is that if I 'shake' a window the other windows minimize (the normal behaviour). I'm using Win10 Pro, 64-bit, version 1703, build 15063.540.
  3. Beta channel ++2.5

    First of all, thank you for the recent updates! The new jumplists look great on my aerofied Win10 setup. :-) I also have a question: would it be possible to italicise 'Search programs and files', like it was in Windows 7? Many thanks in advance!
  4. EDIT - I just discovered that the real problem was a hard border between the titlebar and the frame. I've enabled coloured titlebars, and everything look fine now. Mods - feel free to delete this thread. Thanks. I am using the current, experimental build of AeroGlass for Windows 10 on top of SagorPD's Aero theme. I've also applied xemnes' Win7 Theme Atlas (http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/170233-aero-glass-themeatlas/?page=37) The application has downloaded the symbols required, and the titlebars are transparent - as intended. As you can see in the pics below, though, the frames on the left, right, and at the bottom do not become transparent. I have tried using WIN7TBAR's skin instead, but this has the same result - the frames remain completely opaque. Changing the theme atlas doesn't seem to result in transparent frames, either. Does anyone know what might be going on? Is there a setting I should change, for instance?