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Translucent Taskbar

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Re: Translucent Taskbar

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Old topic, I know, but now have a question: is this skin and plugin meant to work on Windows 11? Because I can't get it working.
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Re: Translucent Taskbar

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balala wrote: April 27th, 2024, 8:28 pm Old topic, I know, but now have a question: is this skin and plugin meant to work on Windows 11? Because I can't get it working.
From what i know, it wont work on windows 11.
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Re: Translucent Taskbar

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Kurou wrote: April 27th, 2024, 10:31 pm From what i know, it wont work on windows 11.
Bad thing, but you probably are right. This was my thought as well.
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Re: Translucent Taskbar

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From what I understand, the rm skin dev would like to update it for Win 11 but just hasn't had the time, and recommends people install their TranslucentTB program from the Microsoft Store (https://www.microsoft.com/store/productId/9PF4KZ2VN4W9). I use the program myself and can confirm it works great (although there is no longer "blur" - Windows removed the graphics API from it. You can choose from Acrylic, Mica, or a % Transparent.)
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Re: Translucent Taskbar

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etl wrote: April 29th, 2024, 1:32 am From what I understand, the rm skin dev would like to update it for Win 11 but just hasn't had the time, and recommends people install their TranslucentTB program from the Microsoft Store (https://www.microsoft.com/store/productId/9PF4KZ2VN4W9).
You understand this perfectly. This is the point. Unfortunately.
etl wrote: April 29th, 2024, 1:32 am I use the program myself and can confirm it works great (although there is no longer "blur" - Windows removed the graphics API from it. You can choose from Acrylic, Mica, or a % Transparent.)
Agree. Same here.