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Thread: How to disable KDE4 visual effects through konsole??

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    tma_nz NNTP User

    Exclamation How to disable KDE4 visual effects through konsole??

    Hi, I enabled the visual effects in systemsettings but without updating to the newest drivers for my video card. This caused my screen to go black (all i can see is my mouse pointer). Does anyone know how to get the video output back, a konsole command maybe disabling the effects (im assuming i'll have to run it in failsafe mode)?? Im new to linux .

    Im running openSUSE 11.0 64bit KDE4. Video card is ATI 2600xt. Thanks for any help

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    tma_nz NNTP User

    Default Re: How to disable KDE4 visual effects through konsole??

    I think its similar to:

    Hi compiz-fusion effects problem - openSUSE Forums

    How can I disable compiz-fusion, as i can't see anything but my mouse pointer

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    Default Re: How to disable KDE4 visual effects through konsole??

    I don't know of any better way than removing ~/.kde4
    What I'd suggest is renaming it instead of removing it. You might have some torrents or something in there that you still want.

    EDIT:
    I'm not sure about your level so here's what you should type.
    mv ~/.kde4 ~/.kde4-backup

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