__/ [ [H]omer ] on Monday 24 April 2006 15:46 \__
> DFS wrote:
>> A card game, a radio stream playing, a Gimp session, an Xgl script
>> being edited, and 5 transparent windows rendering the system almost
> 1. It's obvious that these windows have been staged to demonstrate KDE's
> translucency effect, rather than be typically representative of the
> users working environment.
> 2. KDE translucency is still in beta.
> 3. Each window's translucency can (will?) be configured separately, so
> the fact that this particular "demo" looks confusing is simply down to
> that user's poor judgement when composing the screenshot.
> Regardless of Operating System, window manager, or API's, translucency
> on any desktop can look confusing if not used in moderation.
>> Linux: for when you get tired of real work
> The phenomenon (problem?) has nothing uniquely to do with Linux, and
> from what I've read, the proposed translucency on Vista is no better:
Sdaly, it reached Linux as well, but it's omly an addon...
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