I can't give you X-Ray vision. I can't even explain this picture on the left (Freaky Ain't It??). But I do have an answer to seeing through one window to another.
If you are like us then you are constantly checking documents and switching between windows. You need to see your data and write your articles in separate windows, Now wouldn't it be peachy keen if you could see through your browser's window - even just a little? That way I could have an Word document or an Excel sheet open behind an editor window and just keep on type, type, typing away.
And wouldn't it be awesome if it was free and worked on most Windows machines? Well here we go check out: Glass2k from Chime Software. The project is dead but the software works and does just what I need it to.It allows me to set transparency for any window and the task bar. Run it and right click on your windows Title bar and choose your transparancy in incriments of 10%.
Cool app and at a price we like - Free. Any one else have another way to make stuff transparent in Windows? [Chime Software]
Originally Posted on Ask The Admin By Karl Gechlik