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Thread: KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

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    Default KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    Hello,

    When I use 11.2 Live Kde Panel looks nice (I like this transparency).
    I've installed 11.2 (new fresh install) and the pannel is grey - no transparency. I was looking how to get the panel to look the same as in the Live version, but without succes, transparency still doesn't work, even if config in my opinion is the same as in live version.

    Is there any way to change this?

    Thanks

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    kaspievelna NNTP User

    Default Re: KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    Have you enabled the visual effects?
    System settings->Look&Feel->Desktop

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    Default Re: KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    Quote Originally Posted by kaspievelna View Post
    Have you enabled the visual effects?
    System settings->Look&Feel->Desktop
    Yes I did. Everything seems to be configurated same as in the Live version

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    Default Re: KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    Right Click on the Desktop, Desktop Settings, change Theme and then change it back.

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    Default Re: KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    Already did that few times. No change

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    Default Re: KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    What display adapter? What drivers are you running on it?

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    Default Re: KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    Try Oxyzone theme.
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    Default (SOLVED) KDE panel transparendy in 11.2

    I've manage to solve the problem. There was something weird with my nvidia drivers reinstaling the driver helped.
    For those who can meet simmilar problem - my graphic card is gf 8600M gt.
    Thanks.

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