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 dont show wallpapers

 
 by hairypalms19 on: Dec 6 2007
 
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how come this option no longer works anymore? and hasnt for a while, but its just started bothering me enough to post about it...


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 Any good sound...

 
 by AGNXdesigns on: Dec 10 2007
 
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Any good audio enhancing utilities to make my music sound better like surround processing or upmixing or DSPs? I don't want to use a processor on every file I just want to be able to add neat effects to sounds with apps like amarok. I know XMMS has them but I don't want to use it since it won't read my playlists for some odd reason. and they are very long PL and I cannot rebuild them for that player since they are 600 songs+ in some of them. Is there any cool audio processing plugins made or being made for amarok or any other ones that read m3u files without a hitch? I would much appreciate it! It would be ncie to have a global mixer to add the effects systemwide instead of player by player, but anything helps!


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 Re: Any good sound..

 
 by code933k on: Jan 8 2008
 
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Amarok is great but sucks!!

Regarding your question:

SOX (for playing general files ie. from Pidgin audio chain, just for testing a wav from a terminal and so forth)

Ladspa from another program or just a software audio chain...

I'll write a tutorial in some weeks.


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 Re: Re: Any good sou

 
 by AGNXdesigns on: Jan 8 2008
 
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awesome. thanks for the help and hope the tut comes soon. I would lvoe to have global audio effects. My soundcard supported them in windows and I have even downloaded other mixers that said they unlock the extras in soundcards you have never thought you had, but they did not have the 3d sound or anything else that wasn't in the default mixer applet.

Also any ways to get multiple streams of audio in linux working. I had a youtube open and xmms in the background playing a song then I paused the song, and watch the vid, then went back to my song and the message popped up and said could not open alsa. I hate that. I had to comletely close firefox to get my sound back and I had 6 windows with 50+ tabs open and it is very hard to deal with it but I need that many tabs open for my research on a day to day basis.

wish firefox had more features with it to have a quick list or soemthing and not just bookmarking then going back and forth mess.


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 No USB sound

 
 by jdestruel on: Dec 13 2007
 
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When I'm using Ubuntu 7.10 and I plug my USB Logitek headphone, I get no sound. I can control the sound volume only. The only sound I get is through the notebook speakers.

When I use Opensuse 10.3, I have no problem.

Any suggestions?

Thanks


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 Engines?

 
 by sjc001 on: Dec 27 2007
 
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Is there a link to a place that explains what each engine does special, or different, over the other engines? i.e. Clearlooks, pixmap, etc, etc....


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 Re: Engines?

 
 by freakcode on: Dec 30 2007
 
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No, there isn't.

And the engines dont do anything by itself, they are simply requirements for GTK themes.


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 Re: Re: Engines?

 
 by Rimdeker on: Dec 31 2007
 
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Can you tell me how I start an engine? I got the Aurora engine , how do I configure the themes now?


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 Re: Re: Re: Engines?

 
 by sjc001 on: Dec 31 2007
 
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You don't actually "start" an engine. You install a theme the requires one and it will use it if installed.

You can download a theme, and lots more from Gnome-Looks and then go to the System menu and to to Appearances and choose Themes then click on Install and choose the theme you want to install.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Engi

 
 by sjc001 on: Dec 31 2007
 
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P.S.

There is also a Customize button there that you can change a theme's controls, borders, Icons, and Pointers.... You can also use the Install button to install these things as well.


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 Re: Engines?

 
 by code933k on: Jan 8 2008
 
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http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GtkThemes


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 Read?

 
 by sjc001 on: Dec 29 2007
 
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Does anyone actually read these postings?


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 Transparent borders

 
 by jmariani on: Jan 4 2008
 
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Hi.

I'm trying to use pixmaps with transparent zones to build a Metacity theme, but I can't make the transparencies work.
It is possible to to this on Metacity?


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 Re: Transparent bord

 
 by code933k on: Jan 7 2008
 
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Sure! just watch a curved corner theme and there is the transparency... Then you may realize what kind of color palette you do need.


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 Re: Re: Transparent

 
 by jmariani on: Jan 7 2008
 
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Well, no.

I already researched that. Usually, rounded corner themes doesn't use pixmaps, they use drawing ops to perform the drawings.

Thank you, anyway.


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 Re: Re: Re: Transpar

 
 by code933k on: Jan 8 2008
 
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I meant that you must define properly alpha channels and *RGB* tints at the operations part to get it working as you want, albeit for an arc orsimple image. i.e. Do change
(color="#whateva" to color="RGBdefinition" and do remember the alpha channel)

I don't really know if you got me but...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Tran

 
 by jmariani on: Jan 11 2008
 
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Sounds reasonable. I'll try it.

Thank you.


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