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Windows 7: Another "get transparent in full-glass" question

24 Jan 2011   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium, 32bit

I am doing progress. I bought the WindowsBlind+SkinStudio7 programs and figured out how to edit a theme. I found a theme in WindowsBlind called Corporate by danilloOc. There I was able to tweak the transparent to the way I want it :). You can see what I did with the theme here: .

The wallpaper is a screenshot of the game BloodRayne2 and it is taken with Fraps by me, and edited in Photoshop CS5. But the texture in the startmeny is not my work. So now im very happy with the look i got now :). And again, thanks to all replys!

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