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digyourownhole
post Nov 8 2002, 08:17 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?
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it's me again. this time with a question of not such high priority, but still something i want to know.
On a lot of linuxsites you can see screenshots of linux desktops in gnome and KDE. On a lot of these screenshots, the windows (oops, may i say this word here?) and start menu are transparent (you can see through it and see the wallpaper).
HOW do i do this? I know it's a question of pure decoration and not such high priority, but he, i think it kicks ass the way it looks. A good way to make all my friends see that linux has a lot more nice features than the arguments i already used.
Hope to hear from someone.
Thanks
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- digyourownhole   Transparency   Nov 8 2002, 08:17 AM
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