Re: Vista Glazz

Posted: 01-18-2009, 01:26 PM

Yvo van Beek;220092 Wrote:
> Hi, I'm one of the creators of VistaGlazz. Our application has two
> options:
>
> 1. Patch the system, to allow custom styles
> 2. Patch the Aero style to enable transparency in a maximized state.
>
> Unfortunatly all the second option does is enable transparency on the
> Titlebar and Taskbar. But feel free to use any custom style which
> includes SideBar styles. VistaGlazz has patched your system, so any
> custom style can be applied. AeroXP and WinMatrix are useful sites for
> more information.
>
> EggHeadCafe.com - .NET Developer Portal of Choice
> 'EggHeadCafe - The .NET developer's portal of choice'
> (http://www.eggheadcafe.com)
Hi, i had VistaGlazz before installing the SP1, and all worked fine.
When I installed SP1 i had serious troubles in restoring the aero theme
(the light blue non-trasparent theme was the only one i could use). I
think i did this by reinstalling my graphic card's drivers, or using
VistaGlazz. Now i noticed there is a version that fixes the problems
with SP1, VistaGlazz 1.1. I downloaded it and installed, but when i
started it this message was displayed:

A system reboot is required
You need to reboot your system for the changes to apply.
Some system files are only reloaded on system boot.

Then i rebooted, and restarted VistaGlazz but the same message was
still there. The fact that it says "You need to reboot your susyem for
the changes to apply" makes me think that VistaGlazz still sees the
files that the old version patched, and i didn't touch so they are still
there, but thinks they are not applied and asks to restart..

Is there a way to fix this? I think I could delete the old patched
files, but I'd need an original copy of them to put in the place. Help
me! Thanks


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Re: Vista Glazz
Posted: 01-18-2009, 02:00 PM
uninstall vistaglazz 1.1 and reinstall it,

I have made a video about themes in vista with details here

http://computerboom.blogspot.com/200...free-with.html




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>
> Yvo van Beek;220092 Wrote:
>> Hi, I'm one of the creators of VistaGlazz. Our application has two
>> options:
>>
>> 1. Patch the system, to allow custom styles
>> 2. Patch the Aero style to enable transparency in a maximized state.
>>
>> Unfortunatly all the second option does is enable transparency on the
>> Titlebar and Taskbar. But feel free to use any custom style which
>> includes SideBar styles. VistaGlazz has patched your system, so any
>> custom style can be applied. AeroXP and WinMatrix are useful sites for
>> more information.
>>
>> EggHeadCafe.com - .NET Developer Portal of Choice
>> 'EggHeadCafe - The .NET developer's portal of choice'
>> (http://www.eggheadcafe.com)
>
> Hi, i had VistaGlazz before installing the SP1, and all worked fine.
> When I installed SP1 i had serious troubles in restoring the aero theme
> (the light blue non-trasparent theme was the only one i could use). I
> think i did this by reinstalling my graphic card's drivers, or using
> VistaGlazz. Now i noticed there is a version that fixes the problems
> with SP1, VistaGlazz 1.1. I downloaded it and installed, but when i
> started it this message was displayed:
>
> A system reboot is required
> You need to reboot your system for the changes to apply.
> Some system files are only reloaded on system boot.
>
> Then i rebooted, and restarted VistaGlazz but the same message was
> still there. The fact that it says "You need to reboot your susyem for
> the changes to apply" makes me think that VistaGlazz still sees the
> files that the old version patched, and i didn't touch so they are still
> there, but thinks they are not applied and asks to restart..
>
> Is there a way to fix this? I think I could delete the old patched
> files, but I'd need an original copy of them to put in the place. Help
> me! Thanks
>
>
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>
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Re: Vista Glazz
Posted: 01-18-2009, 03:29 PM

I fixed it by deleting the dll files and renaming the vgorg files t
them. Yvo, you should write this in the fa

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Re: Vista Glazz
Posted: 01-18-2009, 04:23 PM
hello if you could (and if you have the time) go to my blog and write a
comment there with details of what you did to rectify this problem it would
be great

just in case someone else has this problem

http://computerboom.blogspot.com/200...free-with.html


thank you

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> I fixed it by deleting the dll files and renaming the vgorg files to
> them. Yvo, you should write this in the faq
>
>
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