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Are you using a 3D effects enabled Window Manager?


Posted by Yaba on Jun 11 2007
Yes, Compiz.9%9%9% 9%
Yes, Beryl37%37%37% 37%
Yes, Other1%1%1% 1%
No, Hardware too slow10%10%10% 10%
No, Hardware not supported9%9%9% 9%
No, bad Xinerama support2%2%2% 2%
No, Kwin is better integrated.18%18%18% 18%
No, other reasons14%14%14% 14%
Votes: 5393
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 a few points away

 
 by benjaminisant on: Jun 14 2007
 
Score 50%

No edge attraction (with wobbly window enabled)
Moving windows flickers (with wobbly window disabled)
Resizing windows incredibly not smooth

Beryl has to improve to get close to kwin day-to-day comfort of use (for the eyes candy part it's already good enought ;) )


benjamin
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 beryl=perfection

 
 by cyrtainne on: Jun 15 2007
 
Score 50%

I use beryl and it performs flawlessly. I have none of the problems that others have mentioned. Stable as can be. Never had it crash, doesn't slow down the computer.


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 beryl=perfection

 
 by darkelder on: Jun 15 2007
 
Score 50%

"I use beryl and it performs flawlessly. I have none of the problems that others have mentioned. Stable as can be. Never had it crash, doesn't slow down the computer."

I 100% agree ,not a single problem here
Works Great

Specs:
gigabyte mother board
AMD 64 3200
512 DDR CORSAIR 3200 ram
Geforce 4 MX 4000 64mb PCI
3 seagate hard drives (240 gigs total)
OS: Kubuntu feisty , kde 3.5.7


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 Performance and Stab

 
 by arok on: Jun 15 2007
 
Score 50%

Performance and Stability are great.
I am Running it on Gentoo and don't have any Problems.

It offers some really useful features like zooming and making windows visible by moving the mouse over them.
And there are many more...
And it looks great.

I think KDE+Beryl is the best desktop avileble today. I won't miss it anymore.

Regards
AROK


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 Beryl

 
 by zenarcher on: Jun 16 2007
 
Score 50%

Beryl is working flawlessly on two of my systems, both using Nvidia cards. One system is running SUSE 10.2 while the other is on Fedora 7.

I have had no problems with either and consider Beryl to be very stable.


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 No going back...

 
 by shame on: Jun 17 2007
 
Score 50%

After using compiz, beryl and now compcomm (compiz/beryl merge), I could never go back to boring old kwin.
May give it a try when kde4 is stable but for I love my desktop fx.
They don't slow my comp down at all and (especially compcomm) are very stable for me.
Even if I was forced to use kwin I would have to have shadows enabled at the very least, everything looks too flat and jumbled without them.


My beryl (and soon compcomm) repository for sidux/debian-sid
http://shame.tuxfamily.org/repo/

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