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Set Custom Transparencies for Programs with Blend (2000/XP/Vista)

Blend allows you to manually select the transparency for individual programs by either entering the executable path or dragging an icon onto the window you want to tweak.

Blend is a system tray utility takes up very little memory (3 MB or less), and has simple but highly-configurable options.

Blend works with Windows Vista, XP, or 2000.

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    […] Blend allows you to manually select the transparency for individual programs by either entering the executable path or dragging an icon onto the window you want to tweak. Set Custom Transparencies for Programs with Blend (2000/XP/Vista) […]

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