Windows 10: Making the Taskbar/Start Menu match Window border colours exactly?
Making the Taskbar/Start Menu match Window border colours exactly?
I recently began making a custom theme, and have just started changing the theme colours. I used the registry editor to use a custom colour, and it has worked for the borders around windows. However the taskbar and start menu colour is much a much brighter colour than the custom colour I chose. Check the image below to see what I mean.
Also note that I am using an aero theme which increases the window border width etc. In case that makes a difference.
Hopefully someone knows how to make the two match exactly,
I am not liking the very thin black window borders, when I open a lot of windows it can be hard to tell where one ends and another begins.
Is there any way that you can increase the thickness of the window outline?
How can I hide that tiny color borders:
Also I would like to remove the shadow it has.
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