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Old 08-25-2003, 10:47 AM   #1
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how can i get transparency in fluxbox menus

hi im trying to get transparency in the menu of fluxbox but i dont understand what is says in the faq ive got render installed and have transparency in aterm with no probs its just that i dont know how to do it.

i also would like to know how do can you have windows in fluxbox with no borders?

ive been in google having a look but found nothing can someone help?
Old 08-25-2003, 02:39 PM   #2
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See menu.alpha in ~/.fluxbox/init. You need a new version of Flux, 0.9.x, I forget which one first had it.

No decoration... I think you need to read the Changelog and see how to add a line in ~/.fluxbox/apps. If you just want no borders but still a titlebar, and maybe grab handles at the bottom, edit a style.

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