@Hopachi here is a video I made to show you:
I meant gray not aqua
Not sure yet but I found this:
Win10: Personalization Colorization Color (and Headaches) | David Segura
Some of those values are not rgb numbers but hexadecimal values (of
bgrrgba?) noted in the theme file...
All of them are in the registry but colorizationcolor can be noted in the theme file.
Another one I don't worry about, because I use wallpapers is Background(I just leave it black) UNLESS I'm using a wallpaper with transparency that needs another color for effect, or so the transparent "holes?" will show that color.
I'm building it in the theme loop. No black but custom colors.
Auto = off
Will see what the colorization gives but it looks promising.
I still need to tweak some themes color's SMACCness but will release soon.
H, as we discussed, colorizationcolor uses aRGB, - alpha being transparency - I can add a slider to the colorizationcolor choice like AlphaBlender.zip (got it from codeproject.)
In .theme's VisualStyles there is also a transparency setting - seems to be either 0 (Windows default) or 1 (High contrast) - so I assume that is just a boolean for switching opacity on or off?