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Enable wobbly windows/Desktop cube in KDE 4.10.x



Enable wobbly windows/Desktop cube in KDE 4.10.x

Postby pam » Wed Jul 24, 2013 3:50 am

A Quick Way:

Once logged into KDE do this:
Press ALT+F2
In the dialog type 'desktop'.
A drop down list appears--- now click on desktop effects.

Next, go to Advanced, in 'compositing type' change from Xrender to OpenGL. Click on Apply.
Now go to the 'All Effects' tab somewhere on top. Scroll down and enable whichever animation you want....desktop cube/animation/wobbly windows/slide/explosion etc etc.
There is even a choice to show kwin FPS just like in compiz.

NOTE: For these animations to work, you will need to install proprietary graphics drivers for AMD/NVIDIA. Open source gallium(nouveau/radeon) 'may' not work with opengl. I see no problems with Intel video, they have the best drivers, unless you are using Ivy-bridge/haswell.
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Re: Enable wobbly windows/Desktop cube in KDE 4.10.x

Postby tanmay.01 » Wed Jul 24, 2013 5:41 am

pam wrote:NOTE: For these animations to work, you will need to install proprietary graphics drivers for AMD/NVIDIA. Open source gallium(nouveau/radeon) 'may' not work with opengl. I see no problems with Intel video, they have the best drivers, unless you are using Ivy-bridge/haswell.


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Re: Enable wobbly windows/Desktop cube in KDE 4.10.x

Postby Xanayoshi » Wed Jul 24, 2013 1:47 pm

Arch and KDE have gone hand in hand for a while, but what a long process, so it is cool to have Chakra!

Thought I would say, for Wobbly Windows, it is safe to max it out here, it does not do the..thing...it does on Compiz when you do this. I'm not sure how to describe it, and in relation to the Desktop Cube

http://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=37041

While you can activate the "cube" no problem, some systems, like mine :(, can not handle the sphere and cylinder effect.
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