I feel stupid but I can't seem to get this working right. I used the UXUltraPatcher your instructions linked to and my entire Taskbar is fully transparent and none of my windows have the theme shown. I went as far as getting UXStyle instead and running it and it still didn't work right.
1- My windows arent borderless, I don't know why, I tried to adjust the value Borderwidth and the PaddedBoderWidth in the Registry editor but I can only reduce its size 2- There is no titles on the windows, is it possible to but them back? 3- (and last) When there is a title, there is this plain background that doesn't work with the shading grey of your frame.
That's it, everything else is perfect, I hope I'm not disturbing you with all these questions and thanks again.
You also might want to do a fresh install of the theme, and then redownload Winaeroglass.
2 +3) If you want to put the titles back, you're going to run into your third problem. The registry tweak and blank font is a workaround with an issue with the latest 8.1 system update. Title bar fonts are not correctly rendering on many dark themes, and there isn't anything anybody can do about it at the moment.
Hey neiio, thank you so much for the update. This is pretty much the cream of the crop when it comes to Windows themes. I have a few outstanding issues though:
1) Is it possible to make a small taskbar substyle for this update? Reverting back to the bordered theme just for the small taskbar is major blah.
2) With both the previous border substyle and this current one, the titlebar and tab bar in Firefox (v29) are out of line with the address bar. Is this something that can be fixed in the theme, or is this something that can be only resolved with a custom userChrome.css?
3) Are the minimize and max buttons different from the close button for a technical reason, or is that a stylistic decision? I would kill for rounded min and max buttons.
Wow dude. You are the fucking man! You clearly don't mess around. Thank you so much!
Also I looked into it and it appears that this same issue appears in Chrome too, with the window borders seemly falling short of aligning with the navigation/address bar. It's most evident on the right side of the window while cascaded, but if you maximize the window, it appears to fix itself at least on the right side of the window. If you look at the left side while maximized, there is a thin strip at the top where the desktop wallpaper is visible. You can easily replicate this yourself by setting your desktop to something like bright yellow, maximizing Chrome, and you should see the yellow strip in the top left corner. In regards to Firefox, this happens on both sides.
If you want I can provide screenshots later today if you need em.