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Distribution: Fedora 18, Slackware64 13.37, Windows 7/8
The phantom window returns even after setting to XRender (upon reboot). So I have to switch between OpenGL and XRender after every reboot to get rid of this stupid phantom window? I don't know, should I upgrade KDE or something? If so, where can I get a slackbuild to do that?
Distribution: Slackware 14.1 32bit on laptop 64bit on desktop
I switched my desktop and laptop both to LXDE and have been very happy with it. I used XFCE for a long time, it is another good alternative and comes preloade if you did a full install. I refuse to use KDE any more.
Just wanted to let you know, I upgraded to V4.6.5 and it took FOREVER to download everything but it went flawlessly and now the phantom window issue is resolved. KDE V4.6.5 looks a whole lot better than the default KDE! Now I'm just trying to figure out how to do the things I have taken for granted for so long in Gnome; for example in gnome I just create a folder called nautilus-scripts and I drop in all my scripts and then I can right click on files and there is a 'scripts' option where the files I select get fed into the script my scripts as arguments.
Part of me really wishes the Linux community would consolidate all this stuff so our skills would be more transferable.