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Aero Glass for Win8.1+ 1.4.1

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Blur radius/deviation + glass reflection influence only the glass regions rendered by Aero Glass.

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Blur radius/deviation + glass reflection influence only the glass regions rendered by Aero Glass.

Than why its woriking in win 8.1?

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Kind of magic ! Don't know about that but the answer is clear I guess it is not working with the taskbar

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No magic. Neither one of these system has taskbar blur by default thus it only depends which technique you used to enable it.

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No magic. Neither one of these system has taskbar blur by default thus it only depends which technique you used to enable it.

Its Classic Shell in both systems.

I can you show some screenshots to demonstrate this magic.

 

1:http://postimg.org/image/fqrgdxbob/

2:http://postimg.org/image/ids992oo9/

 

..taken from my win 8.1 system..

in win 10 this slider doesnt change anything on taskbar..

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Then ask Classic Shell developer why he uses different techniques for Win8.1 and Win10.

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No magic. Neither one of these system has taskbar blur by default thus it only depends which technique you used to enable it.

Its Classic Shell in both systems.

I can you show some screenshots to demonstrate this magic.

 

1:http://postimg.org/image/fqrgdxbob/

2:http://postimg.org/image/ids992oo9/

 

..taken from my win 8.1 system..

in win 10 this slider doesnt change anything on taskbar..

 

It's normal because, in Windows 10 Classic Shell use the "modern" blur for the taskbar (the same than Action Center and default start menu) ;)

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MTDirector did you now how can i get the old behavior? Maybe it worth to try out some old versions?

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How can I accomplish  Modern Frame Removal for WIN 10?  I have seen some older articles about using modernframes.dll.  Now I can't seem to find a place to download this file for testing.  A simple step-by-step How To would be helpful.  Thanks in advance.

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Then ask Classic Shell developer why he uses different techniques for Win8.1 and Win10.

I had that discussion with him when he removed the accent that Aero Glass for Win 8+ uses. What we have now is what he replaced it with. I think he felt that using the Win 10 native blur is simply more useful overall for folks who are not using Big Muscle's tool.

Blame Microsoft for returning a half-a$$ed rendition of Aero Glass to try to placate users who wrote numerous feedbacks.

-Noel

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Thanks bigmuscle for new update,could you please inform me if it's possible to transfer donation key related to my damaged PC to a new one? 

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Sure, you can deactivate any key at any time, then just wait and you will be able to generate new key soon.

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I had to reboot to install something, and now I can confirm that the "lock screen breakup while sliding up" problem is fixed in 1.4.1.

 

-Noel

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Bigmuscle,  it's been so long since I installed the software in my old Win 8.1 that I've forgotten how to apply the key.  Can I use the same key for Windows 10 or shoudl I re-donate?

(I upgraded to Win 10 Pro).

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