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    tansparent k-menu


    How do you make K menu transparent ?

    thanks in advance
    regards,
    ordoni

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    KMenu, Control Center, Appearance & Themes, Style, Effects, Enable GUI Efects, Menu Effect, Make Tranlucent, and then adjust the tranlucency.

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    thanxxxxxxxxxx

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    I got me a transparent panel in KDE, which works nicely with my current desktop background. I also did the above and really liked the transparent K menu. What I don't like so much is that it also makes menus transparent in other KDE apps (pretty much anything that starts with K and has menus). Is there a way to confine the transparency to just the K menu and leave it out of application menu bars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zelmo
    I got me a transparent panel in KDE, which works nicely with my current desktop background. I also did the above and really liked the transparent K menu. What I don't like so much is that it also makes menus transparent in other KDE apps (pretty much anything that starts with K and has menus). Is there a way to confine the transparency to just the K menu and leave it out of application menu bars?

    it's not exactly what you're looking for but under Control Centre -> Desktop -> Behaviour -> General you can elect to have the menu at the top of the screen. it helps if your windows aren't full-screened.
    Here's why Linux is easier than Windows:
    Package Managers! Apt-Get and Portage (among others) allow users to install programs MUCH easier than Windows can.
    Hardware Drivers. In SuSE, ALL the hardware is detected and installed automatically! How is this harder than Windows' constant disc changing and rebooting?

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