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Old 11-06-2007, 10:00 AM   #1
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so after I use slackpkg, I get...

Ok, I used slackpkg to upgrade my system using a -current mirror. Had an issue with my X server after the updates and I have that all resolved, no big deal. I had to get one of the pixman packages and install it, and presto, everything works fine. I 'startx'and I am now in KDE. But, my menu and window effects are very, VERY Vista-ish. Everything fades, and all my windows are translucent. How to I go back to no fades and no translucent windows? I can't seem to find any settings for this in the KDE control center. I have been using XFCE, which is nice, but everyone else who uses the system is used to KDE.

Thanks, Paul
Old 11-06-2007, 11:26 AM   #2
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control centre - desktop - window behaviour - translucency

Or if you want to go back to XCFE use the xwmconfig command to pick it


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