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Unread postby Dreamer » 16 Sep 2017 08:12
I remember some program had this feature, it's similar to desktop mode, when video is shown instead of desktop background, so it's possible to click, just show video in window, always on top, but when I click within the window area, it works as if the window is not there, action behind the window should be performed - so show the window.

For example, if the PP video window is on top-left window, transparent (opacity 70%), desktop icons would be partly visible, if I'd click the icon recycle bin, it would just open the recycle bin, so it would be possible to click the objects behind the PP video window.

Option "click through mode", menu item and hotkey (customizable).

- if enabled, turn on the "click through mode" and set transparency on
- if disabled, turn off the "click through mode" and set transparency off

It would be useful if surfing the web and watch the video in small window, currently I have to move the video window away if I want to click the link. It would be useful also if playing a game and watching the video, transparent, in window, it would be possible to click within the video window - click "through" the window.

It's not easy to explain, I tried, if you need more info, just ask.
Unread postby Ignored101 » 01 Nov 2018 03:43
how do i enable it? cant find it on hotkeys option, can you guide me? :shock:
Unread postby Dreamer » 01 Nov 2018 04:12
Yes, I can. Write this text:

"I support this feature request, it would be useful while playing a game and watching a video in window."

Then wait until it will be implemented, download and install a new version. :P
Unread postby Ignored101 » 01 Nov 2018 15:25
Sorry just new here :lol: you have my support. I really need something like this for gaming in full screen mode.
just remembered that a feature like this exist on my rainmeter :mrgreen:
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