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Old 7th August 2007, 11:45 PM
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cube effect on kde

no offense but I just do not like gnome it is to hard to use. The only reason i use gnome is due to the cube effect. I rather use kde rather than gnome ,there are more options in kde.but i want to have the cube effect. i have experimented with mandriva 2007 spring release.that release had kde running with the cube effect. but how do you make the cube effect work in kde on fedora 7.
i am open to any suggestions

i rather have fedora that mandriva anyway
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Old 7th August 2007, 11:59 PM
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the cube effect has nothing to do with the desktop environment, other than it wont work with just a window manager like fluxbox. Just open the terminal in kde and type desktop-effect same as gnome. Better yet install beryl. You will need to place a startup script in .kde/autorun if you want it to start automatically though. No biggie. I am running Beryl with XFCE and it is wonderful!
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Old 8th August 2007, 12:27 AM
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stupid me i was thinking that wouldn't work due to gnome was mad by cobra and kde made of c++ but it works
thanks
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