Overview

The current version is bare-bones simple. You can control the transparency level by using a command line parameter.

Examples

To execute the program, simply run 'glass.exe' from a console window or even through explorer. By default, Glass will look for both (1) cmd and (2) powershell windows and adjust the transparency on these. The default transparency level is 200 (roughly 78.5% opaque) but you can control this value to anything between 0 and 255. (256 values starting at 0 instead of 1.)

  1. glass.exe

    This will target all cmd and powershell windows and set their transparency level to the default value of 200 out of 255.

  2. glass.exe -t:123

    This will target all cmd and powershell windows and set their transparency level to 123 out of 255.

  3. glass.exe -t:127

    This will target all cmd and powershell windows and set their transparency level to 127 out of 255.

  4. glass.exe -t:127 -enable:globalThermonuclearWar

    This will target all cmd and powershell windows and set their transparency level to 127 out of 255 and activate SkyNet and the rise of the machines.

    Project coordinator John Connor strongly advises against enabling this flag!

Last edited Sep 29, 2011 at 9:26 PM by NothingButNet, version 7