I've tried out quite a lot of styles and experimented with my own over the past few weeks, but one overall issue I've experienced is with windows wanting attention and how Curtains handles that situation on the taskbar buttons.
As everyone knows, sans-Curtains, when a window wants your attention it will start blinking orange on the taskbar button and depending on how the software called the API (FlashWindow/FlashWindowEx) and your registry settings (default is 7), it will stop blinking after so many blinks and be a solid colour.
In Curtains you get the opportunity to change that taskbar button image, but it doesn't blink or flash in any way, instead, it switches to the other customized button. I keep sounds off in messaging applications so I can focus on work, the blinking effect is the only way applications have to gain my attention, otherwise I don't know if I have a message. I have found I do not notice a simple colour change on the taskbar, and in a lot of styles, the colour change isn't very noticeable either.
Of course, you can already customize and remove the custom taskbar button to get the default Windows UI. But if it's at all possible in some way, I'd like to see some method of being able to blink or otherwise gain attention to the windows of these customized taskbar buttons.
Has anyone else experienced this?