Windows 10: April Update visual effects bugs?


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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 1803
       07 Jun 2018 #1

    April Update visual effects bugs?


    Hello,

    Sorry if this has been asked many times before. I noticed that the April Update of Windows 10 seems to have several visual effects issues here and there. I was wondering if these issues has been fixed or not. I would greatly appreciate it if someone is able to test these.

    1) When using the "Peek to Desktop" feature by hovering the mouse over the right corner of the taskbar, the opened apps, while becoming transparent, undergo a shape change and get displaced for no reason. See: https://youtu.be/kqIUPS38Cns?t=21s

    2) The maximizing effect of maximized opened windows when selecting one from the Taskview is gone. See example here: https://youtu.be/kqIUPS38Cns?t=41s

    3) Hovering the mouse over a button in Windows Defender displaces the other buttons.
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    4) Changing the system theme color while at the same time having Defender open makes the text in the hamburger menu unreadable.
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    5) The layout of the Setting's app new "App volume and Device preferences" is messed up when the window is at its default size.
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    6) On some pages in the Settings app, there are huge gaps between the title and the settings beneath. For instance, here is a screenshot of the Shared Experiences page.
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    Last edited by JohnnyGui; 08 Jun 2018 at 07:36.
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