Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 447173
Compiz lost its ability to set transparency and opacity for each window.
Last modified: 2009-07-14 14:09:05 EDT
Description of problem:
Try to right-click on window titlebar and find menu that has opacity and
transparency settings. There is no such thing now. In F8 you could set
tranparency and opacity for each window.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Turn on Compiz
2.Right-click on window titlebar
3.Try to change transparency
Compiz should give a possibility to change transparency of each window.
I don't think you could ever do this with plain compiz -- probably had some
plugin (or Beryl?) which we don't carry.
All tools on previously described system came from F8 repo. There was no any
external/other vendors software. The context menu from window titlebar had a
submenu with opacity regulations.
So maybe it's a problem with Metacity? If it's not concerned with compiz...
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