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Easy Installer For 0.95 RC4

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~ AeroGlass_v.03_X64_Silent Installer for Windows 8 ~

 

- New Installer Version ==>  https://copy.com/rFFUJWnCCgfw

- Non Installer Versions:

- Toggle Aero (Toggle aero on and off on the fly) ==>Attached File  ToggleAero.cmd   2.16KB   14 downloads

- DWMGlass Tool (see description Post #9) ==>Attached File  DWMGlassTool.cmd   3.13KB   37 downloads

 

This is an open source cmd silent installer for Big Muscle's 0.95 RC4 Aero Glass that I made for myself and thought I would share it for those of you looking for a AIO hands free install of Aero Glass with the added ability to enable and tweak your aero transparency settings for Windows 8.

 

[Features]
- Sets a System Restore Point prior to install to help with any issues.
- Installs Firewall Rules and adds MS symbols server to the trusted site zone.
- Creates shortcuts in Taskbar, Start Menu Programs and Control Panel for easy access.

- Includes a right click desktop context menu called "Toggle Aero Glass" to change aero glass on the fly.

- Uses AGTweaker (v1.3.3) to easily adjust your aero glass, custom theme resources etc.

- Includes 2 Part Uninstaller in DWM folder and Windows programs and features.

 

[Install]
- Just unzip the file, then remove any existing C:\DWM directory.

- Right-Click on Setup.cmd and run as administrator, will do quick install then restart to adjust settings.
- After install, enable defaut aero theme, then enable your custom theme to refresh colorization.

-This  installer has been fully tested and working but as always use any software at your own discretion ie: Caveat  Utilitor.
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Edited by DosProbie, 05 August 2013 - 03:18 AM.



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Ok...silent...installer?



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y4NVNie.jpgwell,I got this notification,and after seconds ,the computer got a restart.Then I lose the aero effect before.Except this,I got nothing :w00t:

Oh,I use the tweaker under the files you offered,and the aeroglass could be enabled.

But  I really get nothing new in both taskbar or Control Panel.

 

By the way,do you know why my task bar always looks a little blacker than the StatusBar of file explorer?tUfvA1C.jpg

No matter I use which theme or which wallpaper...I hope it can be as white as it looks like under the theme in win7> <


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y4NVNie.jpgwell,I got this notification,and after seconds ,the computer got a restart.Then I lose the aero effect before.Except this,I got nothing :w00t:

Oh,I use the tweaker under the files you offered,and the aeroglass could be enabled.

But  I really get nothing new in both taskbar or Control Panel.

 

By the way,do you know why my task bar always looks a little blacker than the StatusBar of file explorer?tUfvA1C.jpg

No matter I use which theme or which wallpaper...I hope it can be as white as it looks like under the theme in win7> <

I would uninstall from DWM with the Pre-cleanup.cmd then Programs and Features and run a virus scan also
Do you get the C:\Program message when Windows boots up?


Edited by DosProbie, 19 July 2013 - 05:08 PM.


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That looks like a problem with spaces in the path name not being handled correctly.

 

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No…at least,after I run your Setup.cmd again,I saw no message when windows boots up.

I get some message when windows boots up after running the pre-cleanup.cmd.Like'can't find ****.vbs',and a cmd window


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What I meant was that "C:\Program" must really be meant to point to "C:\Program Files\SomeFolder\SomeFile".  When a batch type program is executed that references such a path, and such a path is not handled correctly by enclosing the path in quotes, such as "FullPathNameWithSpaces", then you will usually get the "Windows cannot find 'C:\Program'. etc." type of error.

 

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No…at least,after I run your Setup.cmd again,I saw no message when windows boots up.

I get some message when windows boots up after running the pre-cleanup.cmd.Like'can't find ****.vbs',and a cmd window

Sounds like its not Every time you boot up but a single instance, so If your getting a one time message after using the pre-cleanup then its just looking for the deleted file that is no longer available and should not be anything to worry about..DP



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Attached File  DWMGlassTool.cmd   3.13KB   18 downloads

For those of you that would rather manually change BigMuscle's aero glass via the registry and not with one of the
available installers or a tweaker app, I created this standalone script called "DWMGlassTool". The tool has only
2 basic options: Enable Aero or Disable Aero, and because its a standalone and non-tweaker it does not
require any installation or uninstaller, nor does it leave behind old registry changes like a tweaker app. DP :yes:

 

[How To Use]
>> Just Download AeroGlass 32 or 64-bit from BigMuscle @http://glass8.berlios.de/
>> Create a folder called DWM in your systemdrive and place the six (6) downloaded files in.
>> Launch as admin. DWMGlassTool from your desktop.
>> Choose your option.
>> Will logoff to make registry change.

 

That's it Simple and Easy!

 

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Edited by DosProbie, 20 July 2013 - 04:55 PM.


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Ok...silent...installer?

Ok, it does have voice notification but silent as in "No user interaction" or can be use in unattended installs..DP






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