These styles basically add a matching title bar and caption buttons (min, max, close) to most UWP (modern) Windows apps resulting in a seamless user experience.
- download and install Stardock's Curtains app: www.stardock.com/products/curt…
- open the Curtains Styles folder next to this readme file and double click on each Curtains Style that you want to install, which will also open the Curtains Styles panel.
- now choose the right Curtain Style that matches your current Windows Theme.
- for better compatibility, go to Curtains Options > More style settings... and uncheck "Apply style to window title bars".
- and finally, enjoy your new Windows Style!
What are you talking about, buddy?
All my Curtains style are free. 0$ means they are free. Are you seeing something different?
And not sure why this has to do with WindowBlinds? I don't have themes for this software.
Thanks man! I'll roll out Curtains styles for all my themes but it takes time to do it so stay tuned
For now I'm only going to customize the titlebar and caption buttons but in the future I might try to play around with the taskbar as well.
Was reluctant on trying Curtains (don't really like the Stardock apps) But glad I tried this one! Really sweet to have the consistency. Also like the "Apply styles to Google Chrome..." setting (used the shortcut fix before but that didn't stick on auto launch after reboots). Glad you made this for your nice theme, thanks!
Thanks mate! You where the one to give me the impulse to look into Curtains and aim glad you did 😉
For now I've only tweaked the titlebar and caption buttons but I'll look into customizing the taskbar as well.
How about you? What are your plans for Curtains?
I think I'll continue just using it for the Caption Buttons Most of my skins have support for StartIsBack as well so the Start Menu and Taskbar is usually covered. To me it's great add on but I doubt I'll be creating any full blown styles with it.
Makes sense. I’m curious to see how far will stardock take Curtains bec right now it’s very limited in what it can do and it definitely can’t replace something like a custom Windows theme or WindowBlinds.
But in the meantime it gives our themes a longer shell life