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    Default Border transparency

    Is there a way to enable the top parts and the borders of windows in openSUSE to be partially transparent? If so, I'd be grateful if someone told me how. Like in this image, the top part where it says "Mozilla Firefox" and the border of that window are all partially transparent (yes, I know that's Windows, lol). I'm running 11.4 KDE. Thanks

    http://www.blogsdna.com/wp-content/u...or-firefox.png

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    Default Re: Border transparency

    All effects in the desktop effects
    translucency section > configure

    and
    workspace appearance > window decorations > configure decor
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    Default Re: Border transparency

    thnx, caf! Using your instructions I've managed to set the top part and the border to 80% transparent Is there a way to alter the color of and the font of the "decoration" area? I looked in those areas and couldn't find it. Also, is there a way to effect the menu area (in the pic above where it says "file, edit, view, etc") in the same way? thanks again

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    Default Re: Border transparency

    I think I found how to edit the fonts and color:

    Personal Settings -> Application Appearance -> Colors

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    Default Re: Border transparency

    Quote Originally Posted by ENUsteve View Post
    I think I found how to edit the fonts and color:

    Personal Settings -> Application Appearance -> Colors
    You got it
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