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 transparent terminal

 
 by h4roldpb on: Jul 22 2007
 
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ive seen some screenshots of this terminal with the transparent background, i've installed some emerald themes and gtk's but cant get it... can anyone explain me how to get it???


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 Re: transparent term

 
 by ernz on: Jul 24 2007
 
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Hi h4roldpb - There are a couple of ways you can do this. Assuming the terminal you are using is gnome-terminal, then go into the application and Edit > Profiles > Edit > Effects > Transparency.

Alternatively, if you have beryl installed then you can use the window manager to set the opacity of that application by opening an instance of the terminal, going to Beryl Settings Manager > Window Management > Set window attribs by various criteria > Window Opacity > Add > Select "Window Class" from the combo list > Grab > CLICK ON THE TERMINAL > Set opacity to 90-ish and that's you set! :)

Hope this helps.


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 Re: Re: transparent

 
 by h4roldpb on: Jul 24 2007
 
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thanks ernz.. i did it both ways just for the heck of it... very kind of you./


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 beryl + gdesklets

 
 by h4roldpb on: Jul 28 2007
 
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i have beryl+emerald in feisty but everytime I try using gdesklets is a mess, when i turn the cube around, i lost the desklet, i also tried kiba-dock but it seems that my video card doesnt support it because i keep getting a low performance and freezes.
so. is there a way to have gdesklets and beryl up and running together? or does anyone know a good dock for ubuntu?


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 Re: beryl + gdesklet

 
 by quirt33 on: Jul 31 2007
 
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dock: avant-window-navigator (needs composite, but you'v already got that)
g-desklets: screenlets (again needs compsoite, and a beryl plugin)


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 CODING REQUEST!

 
 by MISTERTibbs on: Aug 1 2007
 
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The halproject www.halproject.com has created a beautiful desktop theme and screensaver for OS X and Redmond XP. I asked for a port to GDE but it appears that they don't have that skill. It should be pretty easy. Please take a look and volunteer if you've got the skills.


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 Adding a theme!

 
 by Adromeda on: Aug 2 2007
 
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I know this is a very N00b question, but I just installed ubuntu for my first time! ^_^, how do I install themes?


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 Re: Adding a theme!

 
 by Adromeda on: Aug 2 2007
 
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preferibly this one: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Daymon?content=61956


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 ok

 
 by h4roldpb on: Aug 2 2007
 
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click system > preferences > themes

in the open tab, click install, look for the file of the theme you've just downloaded, it should be something like theme-file.tar.gz
select it and voila..


if at first you don't succed, call it version 1.0
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 Thanks

 
 by Adromeda on: Aug 2 2007
 
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I think what I should of asked was how to install the clocks...


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by Adromeda on: Aug 3 2007
 
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as in, how do I install the clocks? lol


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 Re: Re: Thanks

 
 by h4roldpb on: Aug 7 2007
 
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ok, open a terminal and put this line:

sudo apt-get install cairo-clock

put the password in and done...
you will find it in your apps menu.


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 GDM Theme

 
 by shrynakesavan on: Aug 16 2007
 
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Can someone tell me how dose one install a
GDM theme. i am a noob , figured out how to install ICON themes but cant figure out GDM...Please help


S.K
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 Re: GDM Theme

 
 by solarfields on: Aug 31 2007
 
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Here's what I wrote to a guy who asked the same:

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Download the package ,-)

On your upper panel, in the left corner, click on the "Desktop" button, then "Administration", then "Login Window".

A new window will appear with preview thumbnails of different GDM themes. Just drag and drop the downloaded package to this window and the theme will be installed and will appear in the list (with a preview thumbnail). Then just make sure you select it, so it will be your new GDM.

Log out and it should be changed.
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http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Leaf?content=55513


love is not bliss, love is piss
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 Re: GDM Theme

 
 by solarfields on: Aug 31 2007
 
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Here's what I wrote to a guy who asked the same:

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Download the package ,-)

On your upper panel, in the left corner, click on the "Desktop" button, then "Administration", then "Login Window".

A new window will appear with preview thumbnails of different GDM themes. Just drag and drop the downloaded package to this window and the theme will be installed and will appear in the list (with a preview thumbnail). Then just make sure you select it, so it will be your new GDM.

Log out and it should be changed.
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http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Leaf?content=55513


love is not bliss, love is piss
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