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Old 07-27-2008, 11:42 AM   #1
Kobra Kommander
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linux mint 3d cube question about resizing and back grounds.

Hi I am really new to linux and have the latest linux mint 5 r1 os and my questions are:
1: I have the 3d cube up and working but can't figure out how to make it smaller than full screen. I want to be able to have the complete cube centered on my desktop in a small enough size so that a back ground will be visible. kind of like it is floating in mid air looking. I checked my screen and compiz said the desktop is scaled 4 horizontally and 1 vertically.
2: how would I install a background to sit behind the 3d cube?


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