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I think this has been asked somewhere for lots of versions of OS X/macOS and it seems like it's always a different answer.

I'm trying to remove the shadows around windows and the shadow below the menu bar in macOS 10.14. I'm not using Dark Mode.

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I've tried various options from previous OS versions including Onyx and Reducing transparency in Preferences.

I'm not interested in turning off SIP.

Are there any options out there?

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The previous answers in your links all involve using SIMBL -- which is a third-party app that performs a variety of system 'hacks' or extensions. That (and the absence of any known defaults write key, suggests that removing shadows is not something that Apple have provided.

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This terminal command should work:

defaults write com.apple.screencapture disable-shadow -bool true

Source: macOS Mojave: How to Disable Mojave Screenshot Shadows | The Mac Observer

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    This might work for screenshots but I am trying to remove shadows from windows and the menu bar. – Jason May 18 at 12:29
  • Sorry, my mistake. I'm not sure how to disable shadows in macOS. – Hussein Ali May 20 at 17:14

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