Suggestion: Maximized Windows

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Zack Whittaker \(R2 Mentor\)

They should really correspond with the colour that Aero Glass is set to - so
if its set to red in the colour mixer, they should be a gradient of red, yep
I see your point :o) Good idea!


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Andrew Hilton

I think it's fantastic, I've always prefered looking at photos on a PC with
a black background. It makes them stand out. So I imagine it will do the
same with applications. Although I can see how jarring effect from aero to
black might be off-putting.

"Chris Altmann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>I was thinking the same thing. Have the same tinted and frosted effect but
>with a solid light background underneath it.
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> If it is kept black, I think the OP's idea is good too. Make it look more
> like the taskbar rather than flat black.
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> Also, I find the solid black when maximized to be quite jarring when you
> maximize a program that uses the glass effect more extensively, like
> Windows Media Player does.
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> "Zack Whittaker (R2 Mentor)" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> They should really correspond with the colour that Aero Glass is set to -
>> so if its set to red in the colour mixer, they should be a gradient of
>> red, yep I see your point :o) Good idea!
>>
>>
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>> Zack Whittaker
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>> not
>> of my employer, best friend, mother or cat. Let's be clear on that one!
>>

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