Link2356 Posted February 11, 2016 Share Posted February 11, 2016 Windows 10 (I don't know about other versions of windows) allow you to set the color of inactive window borders via the AccentColorInactive registry entry. Paint.NET already colors it's toolbar to match the regular accent color when it's active, but when inactive, ignores the AccentColorInactive and just uses white. Like the title says, I think it would be nice if it used that so it doesn't look like this when it's inactive. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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