I may have the solution for you, but to test if it will be the solution for you, then do the following:Right-click at your desktop, choose "Settings", then "Compositor" and "Disable Compositing". If the icons now look as they are supposed to, then enable compositing again (Settings-Compositor-Enable Compositing).Does the icons still look good?
I think the "wm_menu=1" option is the default on the waldorf tint2 panel -- it allows you to bring up the openbox main menu when the tint2 panel is right-clicked (for example, when there is no free space on the desktop).When you say "context menu" what do you mean exactly?
ferenc wrote:So - is it safe to disable compositor permanently?it is completely safe!As far as I understand, compositing changes the way in which the windows are drawn***, so it boils down to the user's choice...Openbox alone is a stacking window managerWikipedia wrote:A stacking window manager (also called floating window manager) is a window manager that draws all windows in a specific orde
pidsley wrote:The "easy" way -- right click to get the Openbox menu, click "Settings" then "Openbox" then "GUI config tool" -- then select the "Desktops" tab and set the number of desktops to 1.The "really easy" way -- geany ~/.config/openbox/rc.xmlfind this section:<desktops>
<number>2</number>change the number to 1
By "desktop" do you mean the tint2 panel? If so, go to Settings >> tint2 >> Edit config file in the right-click menu and look for this line in the "Panel" section:panel_position = top center horizontalChange it topanel_position = bottom center horizontalthen restart tint2 from the right-click menu.
Open the menu, go to Settings -> Openbox -> edit rc.xmlFind this section:<mousebind button="Right" action="Press">
</mousebind>Comment it out:<!--
<mousebind button="Right" action="Press">
I've managed to disable compton from drawing shadows on tint2 by adding this to compton.conf .shadow-exclude = [ "tint2" ];Problem is if I reboot the shadows show up again until I restart compton, I am not sure but I think this might be due to compton being initialized before tint2 ? How should I work around this ?
nore wrote:Did you change GTK theme (in right-click menu Settings > User interface settings) or Openbox theme (Settings > Openbox > GUI Config Tool)? Change the theme and try again. Some GTK themes have small window handles and Openbox theme may have narrow edges.Bingo.