Glass Apps (🖌👻)

Enable glass apps.

Configs

  • Glass Apps (Default: True)
      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)
      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.

Found in Menus

Settings Menu (⚙⧂)