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Thread: Transparency with transset-df on OpenBox

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    Question Transparency with transset-df on OpenBox

    Hello,

    I've just switch from debian to Leap and I am new in Openbox, I am following a tutorial to set up OpenBox in openSUSE, but it's for the 13.1version and I am running Leap.
    The thing is that to set up transparency, it needs xcompmgr, transset-df and nitrogen, but I can't find a version of transset-df for Leap
    So i've tried to download the source here, but it hasn't worked because I don't have xcomposite, xdamage and xrender, sadly I can't find a package for them...
    So I have a few questions for you,
    Why transset-df isn't available on leap ?
    Is it safe to compile xcomposite, xdamage, xrender and then transset-df ?
    Any other way to zccomplish the same without transset-df ? (and preferably with something compatible with Leap)

    Thank you

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    Default Re: Transparency with transset-df on OpenBox

    Have a look at compton
    It is available in the opensuse repositories.

    You can google for tuts in using compton as a starter
    after installing it.
    People who do not break things first will never learn to create anything

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    Default Re: Transparency with transset-df on OpenBox

    Quote Originally Posted by conram View Post
    Have a look at compton
    It is available in the opensuse repositories.

    You can google for tuts in using compton as a starter
    after installing it.
    Compton doesn't need transset-df ?

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