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Old 06-17-2008, 07:25 AM   #1
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To enable Transparancy with GTK on DirectFB


I have installed DirectFB on Fedora 8.0 for that, I have followed the steps given on:
After complition of the steps, I have tried for image transparency but in vain.
Please suggest me, is any thing I have missed out to enable any option or any patch it needs for DirectFB transparency?

Thanks in advance.

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Can anybody wants more explaination about my thread?
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