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Windows Vista beta testers get a peek at StyleVista

Stardock has released the beta of a new free program called StyleVista to the Windows Vista beta group. StyleVista is a program that allows Windows Vista users to change the color and opacity of the new "Aero Glass" user interface.

By default, both active and inactive windows in Windows Vista are set to being a "clear glass" look for the title bars, borders, and toolbar client area. With StyleVista, users can set the opacity and color for both the active and inactive state individually.

StyleVista should not be confused with Stardock WindowBlinds. WindowBlinds allows users to replace the "skin" (visual style) of the GUI with alternatives created by users. StyleVista modifies the existing style of Windows Vista.

Screenshot: StyleVista control panel

Screenshot: StyleVista in action

Download: StyleVista beta 0.1

News source: WinCustomize.com

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