Post by soapmusic27 on Oct 15, 2020 18:23:55 GMT -8
So I got something for all y'all. It's a registry edit that can resize your caption buttons (minimize, maximize, exit). This remains effective when the windows classic theme is enabled. So basically if you use SCT, your caption buttons can be the proper size. Please move this if it's in the wrong topic.
1; Open regedit. 2; Navigate to Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics 3; Locate the key CaptionHeight and set its value to -250. Locate CaptionWidth, and set its value to -260. (give or take a few 10s for both depending on your screen resolution) 4; Sign out and sign back in
Some of you may know, I use WindowBlinds. This is still useful for me, because certain windows (task manager, Vivaldi) still display with the Windows set caption button sizes, making them look wonk compared to the windows themed by WindowBlinds. This allows the themes to match up. I found this online, but I had not seen it here.
ʇǝǝๅ ftw: I really don't get why people find 1909+ a PITA. Most of my setups always run the latest version of Windows because I use a bit of it's functionality (mainly WSL2, the UWP notes app and better Dark Mode support). I've never had any big problems with it
Jan 12, 2021 1:28:31 GMT -8
ʇǝǝๅ ftw: (continuing) that caused me to not want to have Classic Theme on these setups. Can someone explain to me where the bottlenecks in 1909+ are for them and why those bottlenecks are problematic?
Jan 12, 2021 1:29:38 GMT -8
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