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    Default transparent menu

    One menu became transparent and very difficult to read. It is the menu that appears when I click with the right mouse button on the top bar of most windows and contains things like "move to desktop", "minimize" etc. How do I turn off this transparency?

  2. #2

    Default Re: transparent menu

    Hi,

    Go to "Configuration Desktop" > "Desktop Effects" > "All Effects"

    Scroll down to Translucency. Deactivate it or click on the little wrench symbol on the right. In the menu you can adjust the transparency for the pop-up menus.

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    Default Re: transparent menu

    Quote Originally Posted by Thor_Thenhammer View Post
    Hi,

    Go to "Configuration Desktop" > "Desktop Effects" > "All Effects"

    Scroll down to Translucency. Deactivate it or click on the little wrench symbol on the right. In the menu you can adjust the transparency for the pop-up menus.
    I did that. It is still transparent, only this menu and those which appears from that.

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    Default Re: transparent menu

    Are you using the default desktop theme or another one? Try to switch the desktop theme to another one and then back.

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    Default Re: transparent menu

    sounds like a video driver issue
    what kind of graphic card do you have, do you have a pc with a buildin video adapter (newer intel's)
    what OS do you have 13.2 13.1 older?
    did you update something recently?

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    Default Re: transparent menu

    what DE are you using, kde4?
    have you tried LXDE or window maker to make sure it's a kde issue?

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    Default Re: transparent menu

    Problem solved.
    I have a AMD Radeon™ HD R9 270 2GB GDDR5 in opensuse 13.1
    I've installed AMD_fglrx and now the transparency is gone.
    Thanks.

  8. #8

    Default Re: transparent menu

    I'm glad to hear that you were able to solve the problem.
    Thanks for sharing your solution.

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