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Toggle-Compositing

   0.2.3  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 87%
Toggle-Compositing
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7124
Submitted:  Apr 4 2008
Updated:  Jan 30 2009

Description:

Toggle-Compositing is a little button that you can conveniently
put anywhere in your plasma panel or desktop and it allows
you to switch with ease, beetween KWin's compositing and
traditional mode.

Since 0.2.2, it needs KDE 4.2+




Changelog:

[Version 0.2.3]
* Fixed small-size-in-panel-after-restarting-plasma bug.

[Version 0.2.2]
* 0.2.2 has no changes, other than those required for compilation under KDE 4.1.96 (4.2RC1).
It will probably not compile under older KDE versions (use 0.2.1 for these).

[Version 0.2.1]

* Fixed a sizing-related bug that could
turn the app into a CPU hog

[Verion 0.2]

* Ported to KDE 4.1




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 I like it!

 
 by enzobelmont on: Apr 4 2008
 
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no ofence, Useless, but very nice job.

maybe you should try a plasma theme changer button??? or some more usefull.

thanks for your effort, it will make kde4 full of options.


sorry my english...
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 Re: I like it!

 
 by iovar on: Apr 4 2008
 
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For some people, including myself,
turning off compositing improves
dramatically video playing and gaming
performance, but turning it on
improves the overall desktop
experience. So in lack of an ideal
situation, switching happens often
enough to justify the existence of a
quick button like this.

Besides, if you have no use for it,
then you don't have to use it ;).


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 Re: I like it!

 
 by Ilu on: Apr 14 2008
 
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it isn't useless, i find it quite usefull, but I'll agree that there is other things where an bottom like this could be very usefull, In my case an on/off bottom for global proxy, would be handy


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 Re: I like it!

 
 by PhinnFort on: May 6 2008
 
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you replying here is even more useless, and I hope I won't have to mention the recursive uselesness of my post =)


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 openSUSE packages

 
 by buschmann23 on: Apr 5 2008
 
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I have build packages for openSUSE 10.2 and newer, which can be found here:
http://software.opensuse.org/search?baseproject=ALL&p=1&q=kde4-plasmoid-toggle_compositing


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 Re: openSUSE packages

 
 by iovar on: Apr 5 2008
 
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Thanks, I've added the link on the download section
(for am3rok and netgraph, too :)


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 sweet!

 
 by codertux on: Apr 10 2008
 
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nice one! turning off the desktop effects while playing was always a pain for me :)
thanks!


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 Useful

 
 by jmthomas on: Apr 10 2008
 
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Extremely useful!
Some Wine programs crap out with compositing open, and I always need the extra performance while playing games.


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 I love it

 
 by thesupermadman on: Apr 10 2008
 
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This is an excelent tool. Very useful for when I'm running 3D applications.


- "I'm the normal one, it's everyone else that's odd."
"That's self-contradictory; that would make it normal to be odd, and your being normal makes you odd compared to everyone else."

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 Ubuntu packages

 
 by jmthomas on: Apr 11 2008
 
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I packaged this and uploaded it to my PPA. Add this to your repository list:

deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/echidnaman/ubuntu hardy main

Then "sudo apt-get install toggle-compositing"


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 Re: Ubuntu packages

 
 by jmthomas on: Apr 11 2008
 
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..oh yeah, you have to apt-get update before apt-get installing, but if you're just using adept it'll take care of that stuff for you.


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