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Aero Glass ThemeAtlas

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On ‎09‎/‎03‎/‎2017 at 3:54 AM, NoelC said:

The .png and .png.layout files are in the zip files named above.  Feel free to alter them.

You have to figure out where and when the various parts composite.  I do that by overlaying them in Photoshop with bright colored pixels, saving the .png, reloading the atlas via the Aero Glass GUI tool, then seeing what parts of the desktop are affected.

-Noel

Thanks Noel!

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On 3/9/2017 at 11:54 AM, NoelC said:

The .png and .png.layout files are in the zip files named above.  Feel free to alter them.

You have to figure out where and when the various parts composite.  I do that by overlaying them in Photoshop with bright colored pixels, saving the .png, reloading the atlas via the Aero Glass GUI tool, then seeing what parts of the desktop are affected.

-Noel

How do you define the white border around the edge of the window? Is that purely in the .layout file?

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i am using windows 10 installed Aero Glass also but the blur and effects are not working exactly..

do i have to customise something else? which reflection image to be used or if other programs?

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On 2/15/2017 at 4:55 AM, carlitosoo555 said:

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".

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Wow Looks Awesome

How can i get that reflection? taskbar too?

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On 2/18/2017 at 2:09 AM, Rayhaan Sheikh said:

Ultra Uxtheme Patcher 3.17 is a virus. My antivirus software told me that and it causes Windows Breakdown.

 

Could someone give me a template .png file and a .png.layout file for a new theme atlas

That's a false positive. As for system breakdown, you likely used the wrong version or it simply wasn't updated for the exact build number you were on. Cumulative Updates can break it depending on what is changed in them. But it is not a virus. That was simply a false positive and is a common one when modifying system files.

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On 10/1/2014 at 2:44 AM, aphelion said:

Very minimal skin, removes all color and reduces border contrast in favor of increased blur radius and shadowing to draw separation between elements.

 

Screenshot:

UBCPvcz.png

 

The settings necessary for the look in the attached screenshot are:


Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\DWM]"BlurDeviation"=dword:00000064"ColorizationColor"=dword:00ffffff"ColorizationColorBalance"=dword:00000064"ColorizationAfterglow"=dword:00ffffff"ColorizationAfterglowBalance"=dword:0000000a"ColorizationBlurBalance"=dword:0000000f"EnableWindowColorization"=dword:00000001"ColorizationGlassAttribute"=dword:00000001"ColorizationColorCaption"=dword:00ffffff"ColorizationColorBalanceInactive"=dword:00000064
The glow should appear as a duotone: subtle white on black, and a faint gray on white, so that it's not intrusive or out of place.
 
Update 1:  Restore button fix
 

Update 2 (11-14-14):

- fixed 1px incorrect alpha on left window border

- changed all window borders to match alpha of restore/min/max buttons for smoother look

- added full transparency for captions and borders (reg settings handle the luminosity)

- added BlurDeviation of 100 to enhance caption legibility

- aligned the duotune shadow more accurately behind caption and with each other

 

Screenshot:

mByEDPm.png

post-386995-0-47338200-1415979332_thumb.

 

Anybody know how to get this full translucent effect w/blur in Windows 10?  The theme file is obviously old and needs a layout file, but the registry settings don't seem to make any white parts translucent regardless.

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3 hours ago, infinality said:

full translucent effect w/blur in Windows 10?

You need third party theme, best with black background and then You need to run small script:

Black Glass Enhanced v0.5

@MrGRiM made tones of this themes in past ;)

 

ooops, edit, on screen we see Firefox with addon https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/glassmyfox/

 

You need to be careful, since it is legacy addon by Firefox.

Edited by Semtex

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Hello Guys, I'm a new user...
Can I ask what are the lastest news on Aero and lastest build of windows 10 ?
I have build 16299.19 / version 1709 so I have the Fall Creators update... There is a way for have aero glass ??

Thank You in advance:)

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On 10/28/2017 at 3:40 PM, franDj99 said:

Hello Guys, I'm a new user...
Can I ask what are the lastest news on Aero and lastest build of windows 10 ?
I have build 16299.19 / version 1709 so I have the Fall Creators update... There is a way for have aero glass ??

Thank You in advance:)

not sure if anyone got back to you but see here ->

 

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