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Cool effects of Vista

Hi all, I'm kinda of new to Vista, does anyone know how to get those cool effects in Windows Vista, like when you drag a window it ripples or looks like jello, I'm hope you guys understand. I have Aero enabled, but I still can't get these cool effects to work.

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Hang in...

In reply to: Cool effects of Vista

When John Wilkinson sees your post I feel confident he will have the answer.

Sorry I am unable to help but am using that feature which was already set on my system. I too like it.

Glenn

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It is nice

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I like it too, i'm curious who this john wilkinson is, thanks anyway though, i can't find anything online.

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It's this really wierd person...

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If I were you I wouldn't listen to a word he says. Happy

Anyhow, such a visual effect is not actually a standard part of Vista. There are shadows, fades, and stretches, but when you drag a window around it should be smooth with the only visual effect being the pattern in the transparent boarders 'moving.' Thus, I suspect that the effect you saw was either a glitch caused by an outdated graphics card or, more likely, a third-party application the person installed to add new visual effects.

John

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I guess its not built in

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Nice meeting you John, thanks for your response. That thought came to mind since I had Aero turned on and my video card is good enough to handle it.

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