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toonmuylkens

15 years ago

btw: how slow is the transparant X?
I heared that the transparant X.org gets faster if you turn off the shadows. Is it? and if it is, how do I turn the shadows off?

great screenshot!
cheers
tuxer

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koen187

15 years ago

How did u set up window transparencies? i cant seem to find out how to do it :s (BTW i have suse 9.2 pro)

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wolfrobin

15 years ago

Hello! Very nice screenshots. How can I change the left KMenu picture? And where can I download KMenu picture and wallpaper which you use? Thanks more! (Sorry for my English, Im beginer)

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neptune3k

15 years ago

How did you manage to have such a clean kicker ? I mean the round corners and the flat effect (mine has an ugly 3D button-like style and is totally squared...)

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mononoke

15 years ago

hi, could you upload the kmenu-side-picture showing SuSE 9.2 ?
thanks

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onehalfkiller

15 years ago

HI!! u can download it directly from my ftp: http://xoomer.virgilio.it/onehalfkiller/kde/kside_suse92.tar.gz

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mononoke

15 years ago

thanks

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Seppe

15 years ago

Is it a wheater applet for KDE kicker that on your screenshot? What's its name?
Nice screenshot!

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onehalfkiller

15 years ago

Simple, is KWeather ;)...

with this icon-set: http://xoomer.virgilio.it/onehalfkiller/kde/Shiny.tar.gz

e n j o y ;o)

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wnaLinux

15 years ago

For xorg.conf (slackware and xorg users only) you add this right below the modules section

Code:

Section "Extensions"
Option "Composite" "Enable"
Option "RENDER" "Enable"

And add this in the Device section

Code:

Option "RenderAccel" "on"

There you go slackware users have fun!

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wnaLinux

15 years ago

Im using slackware 10.0 and I can't find the Section "Extensions" so I just tryed adding it to the end of xorg.conf (slackware doesent use XF86Config) And I get this error "No composite extension" Help would be great!

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onehalfkiller

15 years ago

First of all thx for your comment...

Icons
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MyCREW:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=18996

Gartoon:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=17362&vote=good&tan=67338710

Translucency
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For the translucency u can fallow this tutorial:

(xorg 6.8.0 or later must be installaed)

xcompmgr and transset


xcompmgr is a simple program to start the composite engine and put shadows on the windows, transset is a simple program to make windows transparent.


cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.freedesktop.org:/cvs/xapps login

[No password needed, just press return]

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.freedesktop.org:/cvs/xapps co transset

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.freedesktop.org:/cvs/xapps co xcompmgr



cd xcompmgr

export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/X11R6/lib/pkgconfig/

./autogen.sh

./configure

make

sudo make install



cd ../transset

make

sudo cp transset /usr/X11R6/bin/


Then have some fun:


xcompmgr -cfC

transset [next window you click on will become transparent], you can choose how much transparency you want. For example "transset .5" will give 50% (from 0 to 1 -> 0 to 100% opacity).

P.S. remember to re-edit the XF86Config file.

add this:

Code:



Section "Extensions"
Option "Composite" "on"
Option "RENDER" "on"
EndSection

...and add this in the 'Device' section:

Code:



Option "RenderAccel" "on"


Bye and sorry for my bad english! ;o)

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apokryphos

15 years ago

English was good ;), but had a problem with the instructions. Seems to go all fine (no "errors") until I do:

xcompmgr -cfC

All I get returned is:
No composite extension

Then, while typing in transset, and then clicking on a window, I get:
Found property: 0.75
opacity 0xffffffff
Set Property to 1

I figure then I might have to specify the transparency, but:

[dw@localhost transset]$ transset.5
bash: transset.5: command not found

With regard to editing that code in, sorry to bother you again, but just where is that file? A search for XF86Config only returns a "sample" file by Nvidia.

Sorry for the hassle again; any help would be greatly appreciated. =)

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apokryphos

15 years ago

Very nice. Two questions: what icon theme is that, and just how did you manage all those cool transparency affects there. Never been able to do it myself... would appreciate any help in this. =)

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