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Windows 7: changing window shadowing

01 Jun 2009   #1
rudifer

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changing window shadowing

i know i can enable/disable it but is there a way to change the windows shadow opacity or width?


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03 Jan 2010   #2
zonikel

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Im interested in this topic aswell, Thanks in advance.
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 changing window shadowing




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