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21 Ago/10

Working with KDE desktop effects

Working with KDE desktop effects

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); So you’ve followed the latest series on KDE 4.5 (see Ghacks KDE 4.5 content) and you are now using the spectacular latest release from the KDE team. You want to use Compiz, but quickly realize that it is not necessary as KDE has it’s own built-in compositing effects. What you will find is that the built-in KDE compositing is not like Compiz  – but it is comparable and much easier to use. And the fact that...

11 Lug/10

Run Compiz with Xfce4

Run Compiz with Xfce4

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); So you’re enjoy the series on Xfce4. What’s more, you’re enjoying Xfce4 itself! It’s a fantastic desktop environment that should get far more attention than it does. And because Xfce 4 is so lightweight, you might get the idea that you could easily add more to it and hardly feel the hit. You are very correct with that though. In fact, you could add, say , Compiz (and Emerald) into the mix and hardly notice....

22 Ago/09

Get some serious transparency in GNOME and Compiz

Get some serious transparency in GNOME and Compiz

As I have said repeated, I like eye candy. One of the aspects of eye candy I like more than any other is transparency. With the right Linux desktop there is almost no limit on how you can configure the look and feel of your desktop. And that means you can  have as transparent a desktop as you like. To really push the limits of transparency you will need to have Compiz working. For more information on Compiz check out my articles: “Enabling the Cube in Compiz” and “Configuring...