Sounds good, I only want to skin the OS anyway, since more and more apps, and games, crash or present bugs when skinned. My exclusion lists grows ever larger, and some apps/games are such a mess with EXEs, I can't even find the right one, and just have to close WB instead.
Looking forward to beta, if eligible.
Well WB10 works correct on Windows 10. All apps and games run nice, no crash or other bugs.
Good for you, but far from it for me. The exclusion list grows ever larger, and some applications and games have a lot of EXEs, and no easy way to tell which one you need to exclude. I have 5 EXEs listed for Macrium Reflect for example, but still it gets skinned, so some areas of the application are impossible to read (black on black).
Not to mention the hours spent on bug hunting before you think to "unload windowblinds". The emails I wrote some russian who had made the best skin for AIMP, but it wasn't working properly, until I realized it was WB trying to skin a skinned application.
Glad to say, Call of Duty Modern Warfare now works great with the 11 beta as does Assassins Creed Origins. Not going to test other stuff, like my old version of Office and Powerpoint, as I recently upgraded it anyway.
On the topic of the exclusion list ("special settings"); I'd like to be able to see the full path to the file. I have excluded files called "updater.exe" (or similar), so now I have a few, but can't figure out what applications they actually belong to.
Some Windows dialogs aren't always skinned with the 11 beta but were before, I guess that's a "beta" thing; work in progress. Telegram for example, still needs an exclusion but now the "Save As..." dialog aren't skinned but were with WB10. EDIT: Now it is, I had to MOVE the dialog window once, then it got skinned, weirdly enough).