Started by s8man, January 26, 2007, 07:11:52 am
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Quote from: "Xyanide"thank you! I didn't expect there being a linux platform version of this, and aparently it needs a lot of things to be fixed, hardware/MIDI controlling for example XD And i tend to use that a lot when working on new projects finding melody lines, recording the midi and then quantizing on the beat...it's going to be hard to be creative with the Linux version...i'm still sticking with windows yesi rest my case
Quotebtw. I'm a little upset I can't do special symbols with Alt-key commands anymore... I miss not having to copy-paste my umlauts.
Quote from: "C-Chan"btw, not that I recommend you get it now (it's still unstable), but have you heard of that Beryl think I mentioned? It sounds kinda cool,... a real Aero killer. ^.^
Quote from: "IanDanKilmaster"btw. I'm a little upset I can't do special symbols with Alt-key commands anymore... I miss not having to copy-paste my umlauts.
Quote from: "Kami-Tux"Do you use an accelerated driver?
Quoteand for animated desktops... you can run a screensaver in the background... and periodically change the desktop background.
QuoteI normally install different keyboard layouts for that. setxkbmap is the command in case GNOME lacks a front end for it.
Quote from: "Kami-Tux"Sorry, I am not quite awake and KDE user. Intel chipsets sounds good since for that, X.org offers accelerated Free/Libre/opensource drivers... best way to check is to starta 3d/OpenGL screensaver and check the framerate. generally, something like kswarm.kss --root runs a screensaver as desktop background. replace kswarm.kss by your favorite one.> So, with that I could type in > Alt+1,4,5 (I've already forgotten > exactly how I did it in Windows) > and get "ÃƒÂ¶"? If not, how exactly > does it work? either edit your keymap or check your keyboard settings on how to change between layouts. I am rather tired and woud need a few good night's (and day's) sleep to be able to help you...