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Mon Feb 2 08:58:04 UTC 2009
On Monday 02 February 2009 08:48:12 Jaroslav Reznik wrote:
> On Monday 02 of February 2009 09:05:16 Anne Wilson wrote:
> > I've not used desktop themes particularly in the past, but in 4.2 I
> > really dislike the heavy black panel, so that caused me to experiment. I
> > was surprised, though, at what I found.
> > On my Mandriva laptop, installing the Naked theme gave me widget
> > transparency, although the handles still remain black. The panel is
> > semi-transparent. Overall the look is very pleasing.
> > On my Fedora 10 netbook, the same theme gives me different results.
> > Widgets are again transparent, but this time the handles are transparent
> > too. The panel, however, remains hideously black.
> > Why does the theme display differently on different distros? Is it
> > possible to adapt the theme so that I can get a transparent panel?
> > Anne
> Hi Anne,
> panel is transparent when desktop effects are enabled (4.2. on F10).
I do have desktop effects enabled. I wonder if there is a specific one that
> I like
> it how does it look but my friend sent me Vista screenshot - with subject
> "Vista copy" and it really looks like copy of Vista's panel...
Hehehe - I neither know nor care what Vista's panel looks like. If it's right
for me, that's all I care about :-)
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