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when I tested the cool new features, I couldnt get it to remain stable long enough to even take a screencapture.. imho thats a pretty good reason for me not to use the composites, tho I have to admit they are some serious eye candy.. Pretty heavy on the machine too.. Tho it might have been my crappy nvidia card with only 128mb .. d:
Secondly (and most imprortantly) I don't use KDE, I use XFce 4.2 which has support for the new transparentcy feature (from the XFce website "Xfce 4.2 provides bleeding-edge features, like a compositing manager for xfwm4 (a manager for the new X.org Composite extension, which brings true transparency to the Xfce Desktop)" )
I also use Fluxbox (0.9.11) sometimes bt thats besides the point.
Originally posted by KMcD The new driver is "kbd", as opposed to "keyboard".
hm.. interesting.. (:
Well, I wont argue with you on that.. All I know is that when testing X wouldnt start untill I lowercased the driver name..
But you are eight now that I looked around a tad.. Guess the driver name changed again then eh? (:
Beh, ignore me, I was behind the development, kbd it shall be (: