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Remove "Show Windows Border" by default

Aug 8, 2015 at 6:03 PM
Is there anyway to turn off windows borders by default so I don't have to keep right clicking and unchecking "show windows border" everytime?
Aug 9, 2015 at 8:48 PM
yes you can.

OnTopReplica shortcut >> Properties >> Target Box add this --chromeOff >> Apply
That's it border removed
Aug 11, 2015 at 4:18 PM
Doesn't seem to work. After selecting a window, the border reappears and I still have to turn it off.
Aug 11, 2015 at 7:22 PM
Edited Aug 11, 2015 at 7:23 PM
You're right --chromeOff does not work alone you need to add --windowClass=CLASS or --windowTitle=TITLE ''the window to be cloned'' Example:- --windowClass=IEFrame --chromeOff for Internet Explorer

Here are some commands that support
Command Line  Help
      --windowId=HWND        Window handle (HWND) to be cloned.
      --windowTitle=TITLE    Partial TITLE of the window to be cloned.
      --windowClass=CLASS    CLASS of the window to be cloned.
  -v, --visible              If set, only clones windows that are visible.
      --size=WIDTH,HEIGHT    Target WIDTH,HEIGHT of the cloned thumbnail, or
      --width=VALUE          Target WIDTH of cloned thumbnail, or
      --height=VALUE         Target HEIGHT of cloned thumbnail.
      --position=X,Y         Target X,Y of the OnTopReplica window.
      --screenPosition=TR|TL|C|BR|BL
                             Resolution independent window position on 
                               current screen, with locking. Values: 
                               TR|TL|C|BR|BL.
  -r, --region=X,Y,W,H       Region X,Y,W,H of the cloned window.
  -p, --padding=LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM
                             Region padding LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM of the 
                               clone.
  -o, --opacity=0-255        Opacity of the window: 0-255.
      --clickForwarding      Enables click forwarding.
      --clickThrough         Enables click through.
      --chromeOff            Disables the window's chrome (border).
      --fs, --fullscreen     Starts up in fullscreen mode.
  -h, --help, -?             Show command line help.