Clear Glass with Aerolite.theme Windows 8.1 Preview

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  1. ace2

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    #1 ace2, Jun 28, 2013
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  2. s1ave77

    s1ave77 MDL Guide Dog/Dev

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    Huh...without any blurr this is plain ugly!
     
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  3. SOCRATE_MMXII

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    I love it!

    Thanks!:yeahyeah:
     
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  4. Sugadevan

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    Will work on win8? :p
     
  5. ace2

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    Yes its will.
     
  6. daveo76

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    Please tell us how you did that bigmuscle. All you had done is provided a screenshot
     
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  8. ace2

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    Need Help:

    Used winexp to remove text from Title bar in Pic but its not Permanent.

    Removed Title Text.jpg

    How to remove - disable Title bars text Permanently ???
     
  9. Leakhanak

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    I could not to make WinaeroGlass.exe start at boot and login, please help?

    Could someone make it ready package for just run it? THanks!
     
  10. ace2

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    #12 ace2, Jul 1, 2013
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    REMAKE AeroLite Theme WITH THESE SETTINGS: (THAN FOLLOW THE REST OF PAGE 1 #1)

    Goto C:\Windows\Resources\Themes - Copy aero.theme to desktop - Rename aero.theme to aerolite.theme - Open with Notepad.

    Find

    [Theme]
    DisplayName=@%SystemRoot%\System32\themeui.dll,-2013

    Rename to

    [Theme]
    DisplayName=Aerolite

    Find

    [VisualStyles]
    Path=%ResourceDir%\Themes\Aero\Aero.msstyles
    AutoColorization=1

    Rename to

    [VisualStyles]
    Path=%ResourceDir%\Themes\Aero\aerolite.msstyles
    AutoColorization=0

    Close aerolite.theme and Save.

    Copy aerolite.theme from desktop to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes - Open Personalization - Select Aerolite. (Change Background and Color (White is Best))
     
  11. throbber

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    so is this working with 8.1 as the title says??
     
  12. ace2

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    #14 ace2, Jul 1, 2013
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    YES

    [Originally Posted by HumansCan'tBeTrusted

    Doesn't work for 8.1.]

    Is talking about DMGlass by Big Muscle.
     
  13. throbber

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    ahh ok.
    ill try it later thx:biggrin:
     
  14. Leakhanak

    Leakhanak MDL Junior Member

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    Thanks for your reply but I am talking about how to make WinaeroGlass.exe start at boot and login. Currently I have to manually run WinaeroGlass.exe.


     
  15. ace2

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    #17 ace2, Jul 1, 2013
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    WinaeroGlass.exe (Start at boot and login):

    WinaeroGlass.bat:

    Copy

    cd C:\Program Files\WinaeroGlass\
    START WinaeroGlass.exe

    Into New Text Document and Save as WinaeroGlass.bat

    Copy WinaeroGlass.bat to C:\Program Files\WinaeroGlass


    WinaeroGlass.reg:

    Copy

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
    "Userinit"="C:\\Windows\\system32\\userinit.exe,C:\\Program Files\\WinaeroGlass\\WinaeroGlass.bat"

    Into New Text Document Save as WinaeroGlass.reg

    Right click on WinaeroGlass.reg and select Merge


    NOTES:

    WinaeroGlass.exe and WinaeroGlass.bat Need to be in WinaeroGlass Folder in (C:\Program Files) and you need to use / run WinaeroGlass.reg
     
  16. Leakhanak

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    #18 Leakhanak, Jul 1, 2013
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2013
    I followed and working now. Thanks for your reply.


     
  17. ace2

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    #19 ace2, Jul 1, 2013
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 2, 2013
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    Aerolite.jpg

    AeroLite Theme Settings updated:

    Goto C:\Windows\Resources\Themes

    Copy aero.theme to desktop, and Rename it to aerolite.theme

    Open aerolite.theme with Notepad and Find

    [Theme]
    DisplayName=@%SystemRoot%\System32\themeui.dll,-2013

    And Rename to

    [Theme]
    DisplayName=Aerolite

    Now Find

    [VisualStyles]
    Path=%ResourceDir%\Themes\Aero\Aero.msstyles
    AutoColorization=1

    And Rename to

    [VisualStyles]
    Path=%ResourceDir%\Themes\Aero\aerolite.msstyles
    AutoColorization=0

    Now add this line -> ColorizationColor=0X1AFFFFFF <- to [VisualStyles] settings

    Close aerolite.theme and Save.

    Copy aerolite.theme from desktop to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes

    Open Personalization and Select Aerolite, Now Change Background and save.
     
  18. Leakhanak

    Leakhanak MDL Junior Member

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    What's about the update?