#blur #mica #vibrancy #windowing #acrylic

floem-window-vibrancy

Make your windows vibrant

1 unstable release

0.4.3 Feb 4, 2024

#503 in GUI

Apache-2.0 OR MIT

1.5MB
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window-vibrancy

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Make your windows vibrant.

Platform-specific

  • Linux: Unsupported, Blur and any vibrancy effects are controlled by the compositor installed on the end-user system.

Example

use window_vibrancy::{apply_blur, apply_vibrancy, NSVisualEffectMaterial};

#[cfg(target_os = "macos")]
apply_vibrancy(&window, NSVisualEffectMaterial::HudWindow, None, None).expect("Unsupported platform! 'apply_vibrancy' is only supported on macOS");

#[cfg(target_os = "windows")]
apply_blur(&window, Some((18, 18, 18, 125))).expect("Unsupported platform! 'apply_blur' is only supported on Windows");

Tauri

if you are using tauri, don't forget to:

For a more complete example of usage with tauri, see examples/tauri.

Available functions

Function Supported platforms Notes
apply_blur&clear_blur Windows 7/10/11 (22H1 only) Bad performance when resizing/dragging the window on Windows 11 build 22621.
apply_acrylic&clear_acrylic Windows 10/11 Bad performance when resizing/dragging the window on Windows 10 v1903+ and Windows 11 build 22000.
apply_mica&clear_mica Windows 11
apply_vibrancy macOS 10.10 and newer

Screenshots

apply_blur apply_acrylic apply_mica apply_vibrancy
apply_blur screenshot apply_blur screenshot apply_mica screenshot apply_vibrancy screenshot

Dependencies

~0–11MB
~86K SLoC