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Thread: The Effect Of Desktop Effects On Graphics Performance

  1. #11
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    TGSSI_OPTCODE_UMAD you mean?

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    Cool story, bro.

    (Couldn't resist :-P)

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    ^^^ I love you guys!

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    Default Kinux Mint LXDE

    I just tried the RC Linux Mint LXDE, and I was really impressed. I think I'm gonna keep it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealNC View Post
    System Settings -> Desktop Effects -> "Advanced" tab -> "Suspend desktop effects for fullscreen windows" checkbox.
    This is checked in my 'untouched' setup.

    So I guess it is suspended in fullscreen by default.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabriah View Post
    This is checked in my 'untouched' setup.

    So I guess it is suspended in fullscreen by default.
    It's checked in Arch, but probably not in Kubuntu.

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    Gnome classic but no Trinity/KDE3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcharron View Post
    Gnome classic but no Trinity/KDE3.5

    Yeah, srsly! Where's ratpoison, CDE, and mac classic?!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcharron View Post
    Gnome classic but no Trinity/KDE3.5
    Note that Gnome Classic is the Gnome 3 fall back mode - not Gnome 2.x, if that was what you were thinking. I just tested what I found in the Ubuntu repos, but feel free to add more tests to openbenchmarking.org - I wouldn't mind seeing those results either!

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