Is it possible to exceed an 18 pixels radius on drop shadows in Unity under Ubuntu 12.04?
Even if I specify it manually in the Metacity theme, or CCSM, it never goes above 18 pixels.
on 06/19/2012 – Made popular on 06/19/2012
Hello all. I've been trying to tinker with Ubuntu 12.04's drop shadow in the theme. I quickly found out that Compiz can only go to 18 on radius, and to give it more, you should go and modify the <shadow> xml tags in it's theme folder. I've pumped the number up to 48 (actually, i've tried 0, 12, 24, 36, and 48); all of which really give no change.
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