Re: Does KDE really support XRender?
On Saturday 11 October 2003 03:41, Doug Holland wrote:
> XRender is used in a couple places. Yes, it is used to make
> semi-transparent menus in KDE (which can be done if you're using the
> Keramik theme. (in the effects, you should be able to enable menu
> transparency, and adjust a slider to select how transparent you want your
> menus. It's also used by xft to produce anti-aliased text - the edges of
> letters are actually
> semi-transparent so they blend into their backgrounds.
However, it seems that the method of transparent that used in KDE is quite
brute. The transparent menu and kicker, when you shift them quickly, it will
be a mess.
I was wondering if there is more elegant solution.