Setting up Compiz Fusion - Animations plugin



Setting up Compiz Fusion - Animations plugin

Postby TheeMahn » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:00 pm

Many have asked how do you get this or that effect, well I am going to try and help you set up compiz fusion so you can see all effects that are available.

First you open Compiz Configuration manager:
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Compiz configuration manager


Even though there are many many options you can configure here, I am going to cover the animations plugin.
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Animations Plugin


The default settings are for crap, we are going to set absolutely everything as random click on the setting hit edit and select random do this for each tab:
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Setting Random effects.


Enjoy your effects ;)

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Re: Setting up Compiz Fusion - Animations plugin

Postby cowboy » Sat Jan 26, 2008 10:55 am

Thanks..took me a few to figure but works real nice... ;)
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Re: Setting up Compiz Fusion - Animations plugin

Postby TheeMahn » Sat Jan 26, 2008 12:39 pm

cowboy wrote:Thanks..took me a few to figure but works real nice... ;)


Set your glide 2 to random as well, same as you did the other 2, furthermore on each tab do the same. Got a hold of ccal Ultimate Edition 1.7 Gnome & KDE version is uploading, ccal is the shiznit. ;)
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Re: Setting up Compiz Fusion - Animations plugin

Postby cowboy » Sat Jan 26, 2008 9:38 pm

Many thanks to you and cal 1.7 is just awesome got to be the finest..have to do everything over again...luv it though... :)
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Re: Setting up Compiz Fusion - Animations plugin

Postby TheeMahn » Sun Jan 27, 2008 2:19 pm

cowboy wrote:Many thanks to you and cal 1.7 is just awesome got to be the finest..have to do everything over again...luv it though... :)



Waiting on ccal to send torrent and links and we will have a release I have updated the homepage (just not uploaded yet), both are uploaded. I am upset I have not heard the Hals error.wav yet, I suppose that is a good thing ;)

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Re: Setting up Compiz Fusion - Animations plugin

Postby cowboy » Mon Jan 28, 2008 2:39 am

TheeMahn wrote:
cowboy wrote:Thanks..took me a few to figure but works real nice... ;)


Set your glide 2 to random as well, same as you did the other 2, furthermore on each tab do the same. Got a hold of ccal Ultimate Edition 1.7 Gnome & KDE version is uploading, ccal is the shiznit. ;)


You are either going to laugh at me or with me, I had created a new random and typed out that whole command to get the one to work. Remember I still look at it the way a nubie does.That is why I only did one. It is so much easier just to edit glide 2, lol...
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