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Windows 10 Compatibility - mikeynyc - 07-29-2015 02:56 PM

Is the current or beta version of True Launch Bar compatible with Windows 10? If not, is there a plan to update True Launch Bar to be compatible with Windows 10?


RE: Windows 10 Compatibility - Yuri Kobets - 07-30-2015 03:38 PM

Both beta and stable releases are compatible with Windows 10.


RE: Windows 10 Compatibility - mikeynyc - 07-30-2015 03:49 PM

(07-30-2015 03:38 PM)Yuri Kobets Wrote:  Both beta and stable releases are compatible with Windows 10.

Great! Thanks for the quick reply!


RE: Windows 10 Compatibility - DJG - 07-30-2015 09:17 PM

My fairly elaborate TLB including modded skins upgraded to Win 10 Pro perfectly without a hitch.

Nice work, Yuri!


RE: Windows 10 Compatibility - EvoluZion3 - 08-10-2015 09:25 AM

Seems to work ok with Windows 10 Home, although my main sidebar doesn't appear to be skinnable any more (it used to have one of the stock skins applied, e.g. Blue Glass) but in W10 it's just a plain white background. I've tried turning the skin off and on again, and choosing each one to no avail. Bizarrely all the sub-menus skin correctly, just not the main one.


RE: Windows 10 Compatibility - Yuri Kobets - 08-10-2015 11:57 AM

Quote:although my main sidebar doesn't appear to be skinnable any more
Yes, you are right. There are problems with default skin.

To select skin for the standalone TLB, right-click the empty space of toolbar and select Toolbar Properties. On the Skins page you can select the skin.


RE: Windows 10 Compatibility - EvoluZion3 - 08-10-2015 12:40 PM

(08-10-2015 11:57 AM)Yuri Kobets Wrote:  
Quote:although my main sidebar doesn't appear to be skinnable any more
Yes, you are right. There are problems with default skin.

To select skin for the standalone TLB, right-click the empty space of toolbar and select Toolbar Properties. On the Skins page you can select the skin.

I've found that I can make it pleasantly transparent by right-clicking empty space, TLB Settings, Toolbar, Appearance, and then turning on transparency (and setting to a value of 1% or more). Looks nicer than plain white until it's fixed.