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Release date

17 Sep 2020

Developer

Simplode LLC

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About Simplode Suite - Glass Apps

Game description

The Glass Apps feature will automatically make most windows have varying degrees of transparency depending on a variety of customizeable factors so that you can see through apps that you are not focused on. Also included are some basic window management features which help you get the most out of your transparent app experience, including the ability to convert a window into a transparent click-through overlay that can still be moved, resized, closed, or reversed using the other included features.
This product is available natively in English, but it has automated translations for most major languages.
Contents: Glass Apps (🖌👻), Increase Transparency (🗔👻+), Decrease Transparency (🗔👻-), Ghost Window (🗔👻☞), Unghost All Windows (❌👻), Move Window (⇳⬄), Resize Window (⇲), Close Window (🗔❌), Always on Top Toggle (🗔⍏), Click Through Overlay (👻🗔⍏)

Glass Apps (🖌👻)

The Glass Apps feature will automatically make most windows have varying degrees of transparency depending on a variety of customizeable factors so that you can see through apps that you are not focused on.

Settings:
  • Glass Apps (Default: False)
    When enabled, causes dynamic transparency in apps based on various configurable factors, including focus, prior focus, mouse position, and application type.
  • Glass Apps Default App Opacity (Default: 0.75)
    Adjusts the transparency of the windows which are not already affected by another transparency option. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps Current App Opacity (Default: 1)
    Adjusts the transparency of the focused window. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps Previous App Opacity (Default: 0.9)
    Adjusts the transparency of the previously focused window. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps Min Opacity (Default: 0.05)
    This option sets the minimum amount of opacity (the maximum amount of transparency) that the tool will set for any app. This prevents you from accidently making a window entirely invisible which can be tricky to restore.
  • Glass Apps Opaque Mouse Over (Default: True)
    When enabled, the tool will remove transparency from windows while the mouse cursor is over them.
  • Glass Apps Video Auto Detection (Default: False)
    If enabled, the tool will try to detect when windows are playing video and apply video specific transparency settings (no transparency by default). Currently this feature only checks for an active audio session, and if found assumes there is video, so it will detect audio only windows as playing video also, and potentially not detect windows that are playing videos with no audio. This is potentially helpful when the window title cannot reliably indicate whether or not you are looking at a video.
  • Glass Apps Video Title Indicators (Default: Vimeo, YouTube, Twitch)
    If any of these terms are found in the title of a window, it will be considered a video window.
  • Glass Apps Video Title Indicator Exceptions (Default: Pandora, Spotify)
    If any of these terms are found in the title of a window, it will not be considered a video window. Also, these exceptions will override video auto detection when it is enabled.
  • Glass Apps Current Video App Opacity (Default: 1)
    Adjusts the transparency of the focused window, overridden when video is detected. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps Default Video App Opacity (Default: 1)
    Adjusts the transparency of the video detected windows which are not already affected by another transparency option. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Start Menu Transparency Adjustments (Default: False)
    This option can enable or prevent Simplode Suite from making adjustments to the Start Menu's transparency settings. The developer's personal preference is to leave the Start Menu's transparency settings alone for the Glass Apps feature.

Increase Transparency (🗔👻+)

Makes the window more see-through.
  • Some windows cannot have their transparency externally adjusted because they manage their own transparency
Settings:
  • Glass Apps Transparency Adjustment Step Size (Default: 0.05)
    This option adjusts the amount that transparency changes when you tell the tool to increase or decrease transparency once.

Decrease Transparency (🗔👻-)

Makes the window less see-through.
  • Some windows cannot have their transparency externally adjusted because they manage their own transparency
Settings:
  • Glass Apps Min Opacity (Default: 0.05)
    This option sets the minimum amount of opacity (the maximum amount of transparency) that the tool will set for any app. This prevents you from accidently making a window entirely invisible which can be tricky to restore.
  • Glass Apps Transparency Adjustment Step Size (Default: 0.05)
    This option adjusts the amount that transparency changes when you tell the tool to increase or decrease transparency once.

Ghost Window (🗔👻☞)

Toggles window click-through.
  • Click-through windows allow clicks and touches to pass through them.
  • Toggling this off is a bit tricky. To make it easier you can use the Unghost All Windows (❌👻) feature. There are a couple ways you could do this for a specific window. Clicking the button will impact the active window, so you could activate the window first using the task ring or the task bar. Alternatively, click the button and hold the click as if you are dragging the button. While you keep the left mouse button pressed, you can right click on any window to perform the action on it. This works with most window targeted actions.
Settings:
  • Ghost Window Control Key Target Toggle (Default: True)
    When enabled, holding the control key while performing a secondary action can select ghost windows. The ghost window action itself will be affected in reverse, as it can select ghost windows by default. For reference, a secondary action is performed by holding a click on an action button and then using the other mouse button to click on a window.

Unghost All Windows (❌👻)

Reset all ghost windows to default states.

Move Window (⇳⬄)

Move the window.
  • Not compatible with either Multi Touch Window Resize or Mouse Right Button Chord Resize features. These features must be initiated using the window title bar dragging.

Resize Window (⇲)

Resize the window.

Settings:
  • Multi Touch Window Resize (Default: True)
    When moving a window with a multi-touch capable device, you can resize using an additional touch. The top left corner of the window will be moved according to your first touch, and the bottom right corner of the window will be moved according to your second touch, so you can effectively pinch the window smaller or stretch the window bigger with two fingers. When using touch interfaces, this method may be much easier than trying to precisely touch a window's edge for resizing, as the top bar of a window is usually set aside for movement and is much larger than the resizable window edges.
  • Input Grabber (Default: True)
    If enabled, the program will use an invisible window at times to capture input for some features. If disabled, some features will not be able to work.
  • Mouse Right Button Chord Resize (Default: Dynamic)
    When moving a window, you can resize it by additionally pressing the right mouse button. This means you will start by clicking the top bar for movement like normal, but you will then press the right mouse button also, having both the left mouse button and the right mouse button pressed at the same time, like a musical chord of notes. When you do this, the window will anchor at the corner farthest from the cursor, allowing you to expand or contract the window at the closest corner. This method may be easier than trying to precisely click on a window's edge for resizing, as the top bar of a window is usually set aside for movement and is much larger than the resizable window edges.
    - Disabled
    - Dynamic: Mouse Chord Resize will anchor to the farthest corner of the window from the start position.
    - Bottom Right: Mouse Chord Resize will anchor to the bottom right corner of the window.
    - Top Left: Mouse Chord Resize will anchor to the top left corner of the window.
    - Top Right: Mouse Chord Resize will anchor to the top right corner of the window.
    - Bottom Left: Mouse Chord Resize will anchor to the bottom right corner of the window.
  • Resize Window Override Min Max (Default: False)
    When enabled, the Resize Window action will ignore minimum and maximum window sizes. You might end up making a window unusable if this is enabled.
  • Resize Window Context Inclusion (Default: True)
    Some windows in the tool do not have large enough borders to make them drag resizable. When enabled, this option tries to include a resize button in relevant menus for these windows.

Close Window (🗔❌)

Asks the active window to close normally.
  • If you recently switched windows, the first request is ignored as a safety precaution. The safety precaution turns off temporarily after activation, allowing you to go on a window closing spree if you want.

Always on Top Toggle (🗔⍏)

Toggles always on top mode for the active window.

Click Through Overlay (👻🗔⍏)

Converts a window into a click through overlay window.
  • Click through overlay windows are partially transparent, sit on top of other windows, and do not respond to mouse clicks.
  • You can also achieve the same results using a combination of other Simplode Suite features, but this feature conveniently manages all aspects in one action.
  • This feature has a sliding secondary action for controlling the amount of transparency of the window.
  • Sliding secondary actions can be triggered in two ways. Secondary actions are available when you click and hold your primary mouse button on an action button. You can then move your mouse to your target and then also click and hold the secondary mouse button, where moving your mouse left, right, up and down will make adjustments based on the action. On multi-touch capable touch screens, you can trigger a sliding secondary action by holding one finger on the action button and then sliding another finger on your target.
Settings:
  • Click Through Overlay Default Opacity (Default: 0.6)
    This option adjusts how transparent a click through overlay window will be. A value of 0 will be entirely invisible, and a value of 1 will be fully opaque.

System requirements

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 10

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