Possible issues (and some solutions):
1) In multiple monitor setups it will probably (and by probably I mean almost certainly) get triggered for both monitors if the main monitor has a maximized window
Eliminated on V.18.10.2018.2
2) I don't know how Windows handles the task-bar's height so if you have a high resolution monitor you will probably have to change the variable to match your task-bar's height.
3) If you see 4 tiny dots in your desktop, change the variable to match your wallpaper. just make sure you dont use white and black as some programs/ browsers/ websites might use those values for the background. Other probably reserved colors are and as well as . you would want to go for something weird like for light wallpapers or (default) for dark ones.
4)( That's more like a suggestion rather than an issue) You could use chameleon plugin to get the colors according to your wallpaper every time it changes. Though I find to be pretty stealthy and universal.
This will set you back a couple of kilobytes and 4 pixels of your desktop. I found it a worthy sacrifice.
1) --> arkenthera <--for the TranslucentTaskbar plugin, check the original post here
2) -->jsmorley <-- for the PixelColor plugin (and the lua script), check the original post here
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