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Aero Glass for Win8.1 1.2.5

Final release for Win8.1

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jaclaz

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Edit:  Stupid forum changes b ) (without space between) to B)

 

In this case it is not - just for the record - specific to the current stupid board software, but it is a more generic issue with (still a "bad") implementation of "BBCODE":

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBCode

specifically not inserting them into square brackets (but a number of other board softwares use this "simplified approach" causing exactly this issue). 

 

On other news, that the IP Board software (and the chosen CKeditor component and their interactivity with BBCODE) cannot be defined if not as "terrible" or "awful" is by now re-known and confirmed by everyone:

http://community.inv...out-its-future/

let's hope that in the next 4.0 version the good invision guys will be able - as promised - to put together their act.

 

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I have so much egg on my face I'm thinking of frying it up for breakfast (late breakfast!).  First, not realizing that we all have names in the blue bar (well hidden, eh?) and, well, the rest shows my lack of technical savvy.  I found no folder for Aero Glass, just a couple files left over from my dumb attempt to install by clicking the .exe (aerohost) which I mistaken called, in an earlier post, aeroglass.exe. (the first egg).  I'm still having a bit of trepidation as I have a special talent for making the simplest things go wrong when it comes to all things install/uninstall/restore/reinstall.  Usually because I either mistakenly follow user group guidance, or just get "good try" guidance.  Thanks again to y'all...


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I have so much egg on my face I'm thinking of frying it up for breakfast (late breakfast!).  First, not realizing that we all have names in the blue bar (well hidden, eh?) and, well, the rest shows my lack of technical savvy.  I found no folder for Aero Glass, just a couple files left over from my dumb attempt to install by clicking the .exe (aerohost) which I mistaken called, in an earlier post, aeroglass.exe. (the first egg).  I'm still having a bit of trepidation as I have a special talent for making the simplest things go wrong when it comes to all things install/uninstall/restore/reinstall.  Usually because I either mistakenly follow user group guidance, or just get "good try" guidance.  Thanks again to y'all...

Just do it.



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I'm getting a new convertible laptop (one that you can detach the monitor from, and use as a tablet). Can I install aeroglass on it? Would it work while the machine works as a laptop? (When used as a tablet, obviously it won't work as it will be using the metro interface.) Would there be any issues when detaching or reataching the screen?



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I'm getting a new convertible laptop (one that you can detach the monitor from, and use as a tablet). Can I install aeroglass on it? Would it work while the machine works as a laptop? (When used as a tablet, obviously it won't work as it will be using the metro interface.) Would there be any issues when detaching or reataching the screen?

It will still work. You have to at first configure aeroglass to run on battery



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I'm getting a new convertible laptop (one that you can detach the monitor from, and use as a tablet). Can I install aeroglass on it? Would it work while the machine works as a laptop? (When used as a tablet, obviously it won't work as it will be using the metro interface.) Would there be any issues when detaching or reataching the screen?

I had a computer like that and Aero Glass was nearly unusable on it, because there were flickering artifacts in different parts of the screen. I think it may work in your case, just depends on what kind of graphics card you have.



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I'm getting a new convertible laptop (one that you can detach the monitor from, and use as a tablet). Can I install aeroglass on it? Would it work while the machine works as a laptop? (When used as a tablet, obviously it won't work as it will be using the metro interface.) Would there be any issues when detaching or reataching the screen?

I had a computer like that and Aero Glass was nearly unusable on it, because there were flickering artifacts in different parts of the screen. I think it may work in your case, just depends on what kind of graphics card you have.

 

What graphics card did you have, and which version of Windows and aeroglass? (win 8 or 8.1?)

 

My laptop only has the inbuilt intel hd 4000, and no discrete graphics.






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