Or do what I did and compile the changes made on the github yourself using Blend for Visual Studio 2017. I offer no support for that, and if you do that, you are under the full knowledge you are running a beta version of the update that is not officially released. So.. no support if it is buggy. That being said, if I DO see bugs, Ill put it in as an issue under the github.. you know, to make peoples lives easier.
If you do decide to do that route... 1. Compile under the latest .NET framework.. 2. Part of the files has to be downloaded separately (you will know which one when the solution tells you its missing files, you can access it via github by browsing to the "missing" area. Its a linked repo you need to grab) 3. Build the solution to make your life easier
If you did not understand any of that, i don't recommend building your own dlls. And to answer the question I'm sure people will ask... No, I will not provide the built DLLs. You should NEVER accept modified DLLs from ANYONE but a trusted source.