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WolfX2

More Vista Glass Stuff

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lemme know what you think :)

no, "G.L.A.S.S." doesnt stand for anything :P

glassnb2.pngthevistaglassbuttontp8.png

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Beautiful!

I need something like that for my SYSDM.CPL.

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no, "G.L.A.S.S." doesnt stand for anything :P

Sua! I just wonder what G.L. is?

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wow f##king nice work man :thumbup:D

can we use them?

damian

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how is it .. its like mine

Windows Vista Logo

post-92414-1159202983_thumb.png

like original but made by neo

//Ramesh//

//neo_matrix.rs@indiatimes.com//

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psd's :)

G.L.A.S.S. PSD

The Vista Glass Button

You can look but DONT TOUCH! NO EDITING! I'll know if you used them... ;)

@neo_matrix.rs - Awesome Job! very smooth :)

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Compare it to Vista's glass, quite different, but still good. Thumb up!

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thanks everyone :)

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thanks everyone :)

Your welcome...

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lol, looks like i'm going down in history :P

but i will be back at MSFN soon, i just need some graphics ideas :)

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lemme know what you think :)

no, "G.L.A.S.S." doesnt stand for anything :P

glassnb2.pngthevistaglassbuttontp8.png

I know this thread is old, but you might find that if you apply a lens blur to the background that's being covered by the glass, it yields more realistic results, and it helps make the glass look more defined.

Personally, I like that a lot more.

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G.L.A.S.S.%20(2).pngThe%20vista%20glass%20button.png

Blurred Backgrounds :)

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nice looking images. good work :)

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