To answer your question... yes, I guess Im using
xfree-drm 126.96.36.199 This was a new gentoo install. I
usually just like to do emerge kde and let it suck
down all the dependancies. I guess it did xfree
188.8.131.52 by default. Anyway, I tried all the options
that GR listed and still can't seem to get the darned
alpha blending turned off! It shows up in TWM too. Im
using a Geforce 2 MX. At this rate... I might have to
actually resort to the xfree documentation! :-)
Cheerios, - JP
PS - Somehow I find this oddly ironic that I can't get
an advanced graphics feature, something that usually
takes some doing to get working on Linux, turned off
--- Michael Bevilacqua <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Sat, Feb 15, 2003 at 03:12:16PM -0500, gabrielhttp://thorstenhaas.de/toshiba2410/files/XF86Config-4
As per gr's post I just installed:
Option "CursorShadow" "1"
Option "CursorShadowAlpha" "63"
Option "CursorShadowYOffset" "2"
Option "CursorShadowXOffset" "4"
: into my XF86Config-4 and now I do have the alpha
shadowed cursor where
I didn't before, so by default it didn't. I use
Enlightenment. Also, I
did open a TWM session to verify that the shadow
wasn't showing up in
just E before I installed those lines out of
curiosity. I use a GeForce3
Ti-500 with the 1.0.3123 drivers.
Hope this helps.
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