Title bar glow

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  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #21

    Thank you very much, sir. This one really works! One thing though is there seems to be no change in appearance between an active and an inactive window. But that's no biggie, I can live with that. You did an awesome job and got rid of my problem.
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  2. Posts : 32
    Windows 7 x64 Pro, Windows 8.1 x64 Pro, Windows 10 TP 10041
       #22

    Bongo, or anyone else please, I'm sorry to bother you, I've noticed it's mentioned that people can use Ave's Windows7 Style Builder, however I see it comes with a price and as a student, it's a little bit to high for me at the moment.
    I was wondering if it is at all possible for you to (please, if you may have time or find time) create a very basic theme for me. I just would like to remove the titlebar font glow as the poster of this topic has asked about, and to remove the glossy/glass look from the squares around icons in the taskbar, so it looks flat. Oh, and I almost forgot (not included in the screenshot), in the corner of windows where the minimize and maximize, and [x] are to remove the gloss/glass overlay, if at all possible.
    I have included a screen shot of what I am trying to change on my desktop.
    https://i.imgur.com/HserrXK.jpg
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 7 64
       #23

    I wish someone would make this changes to a basic Aero theme, like previous poster asked.

    Many people are forced to use Aero theme only because it will prevent tearing in video playback and this would make it much more bearable.
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  4. Posts : 12,120
    Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 Pro
       #24

    GeorgeilotS said:
    Bongo, or anyone else please, I'm sorry to bother you, I've noticed it's mentioned that people can use Ave's Windows7 Style Builder, however I see it comes with a price and as a student, it's a little bit to high for me at the moment.
    I was wondering if it is at all possible for you to (please, if you may have time or find time) create a very basic theme for me. I just would like to remove the titlebar font glow as the poster of this topic has asked about, and to remove the glossy/glass look from the squares around icons in the taskbar, so it looks flat. Oh, and I almost forgot (not included in the screenshot), in the corner of windows where the minimize and maximize, and [x] are to remove the gloss/glass overlay, if at all possible.
    I have included a screen shot of what I am trying to change on my desktop.
    https://i.imgur.com/HserrXK.jpg
    Sorry it's late but I was sick.
    Here you go, let me know if it's OK

    Jerry

    tor11 said:
    I wish someone would make this changes to a basic Aero theme, like previous poster asked.

    Many people are forced to use Aero theme only because it will prevent tearing in video playback and this would make it much more bearable.
    Welcome to the Seven Forums

    Try it out.

    Jerry
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  5. Posts : 3
    Windows 7 64
       #25

    Bongo said:
    Title bar glow-windows-7-x64-pro-vmware-workstation-12-player-non-commercial-use-only-.png
    This is still very useful to me.

    Can someone tell me how to make it Black instead of Gray, though?
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  6. Posts : 1,753
    Windows 8.1 Industry Pro x64
       #26

    Try open shell. GitHub - Open-Shell/Open-Shell-Menu: Classic Shell Reborn.. You can set a custom start menu button (orb). I primarily use it to get rid of the stupid metro menu but I did find an orb that I like. There are tons I that found. You can google it to find some. I recently saw a thread here. Big Group of custom Start Orbs. Although I haven't tried that specific download I do recognize some of them. If you are good enough you might be able to customize your own. I don't have that kind of skill or creativity. This page talks about creating one. Classic Shell: Custom Start Buttons
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