I am using OpenSUSE 10.2 with XGL.
(After having failed to install it on Debian Etch
, but that way I now have 4 OSs on my PC!
Everything works fine, except for the ripple effect. But I guess, that's due to my ATI Radeon IGP 345M lacking support for it.
But now, I want to take some screenshots and was wondering how I could stop the cube from automatically going back to one of the four sides once I release the mouse button...
Is there a way to just leave the cube in any not 90° rotated position?
It would also be nice for demonstrations if I could show a video on the edge without having to hold CTRL+ALT+Button 1.
And two other usability questions:
Is there a keyboard shortcut in OpenSUSE to switch desktops?
(like CTRL+1,2,3,4 in Debian)
Is there a way to alt-tab between all the windows, no matter what viewport they are in?
(because in openSUSE, alt-tab only switches between windows on the same viewport)
My system specs for those interested:
ATI Radeon IGP 345M with 64MB shared memory
Intel Pentium 4 with 2.4 GHz
512 MB RAM (which means 448MB because of the video card)
(PC is a Compaq Presario 2500)
Videos stop while deforming windows or spinning the cube, but once a window is deformed or the cube rotated, they continue to run smoothly even deformed.
Ripple effect doesn't work.
There's no notable performance loss in usual apps like firefox.
Shortcut problem solved: Simply go to Control-center->Shortcuts... ^^