10 years ago
Thank you @vincentv for your consideration.
Maybe another idea or direction would be to modify the "Compiz Fusion Icon" to include "Compiz on/off" that way it could remain on the panel verses having to go Menu> Desktop Settings> Compiz> use desktop effects?
Adding a small script to the config file might be the ticket.
I finished editing and replacing the Screen-shot now.
Thanks again for your suggestion!
Thank you for your very beneficial advice!!
I would like to edit the screen-shot by this few days.
yes, i also miss the Compiz-Settings Manager!!!
but for newbies it would be better to "explain" what Compiz is!
--> maybe just change the line to "Use Desktop-Effects (Compiz)"!?
Yes, I agree with you.
It is not only be helpful for new users but also be beneficial in the promotion of Mint.
Thank you for your information.
I think, it is easy for experienced Linux users to make the most of ability of 'Compiz Fusion Icon' or 'DisPlex', but it is not easy for Linux newbies.
I hope this additional item in Desktop Settings would be helpful for newbies.
Until we get some sort of a configuration wizard. I dealt with Compiz.
I took control of my desktop with DisPlex.
This works well and calls the CompizConfig Settings Manager without issue. http://sourceforge.net/projects/displex/
Might want to give that a whirl.
Sorry for my misunderstanding.
but it doesn't run at system start up by default, does it?
Anyway, now I removed the part which you pointed out to me.
Compiz Fusion Icon is installed by default in Mint 11.