So I am using Unsettings to tweak stuff, and I can get the top panel 100% transparent, but the Unity Dash does not. It becomes a white, or just very close to 100%.
Anyone get it 100% transparent?
I am trying to make the Unity3D Left Panel completely transparent, I have been able to get the top panel to be transparent successfully.
When I try and make the left panel with the icons transparent, I get a wierd brown Hue, I am unable to actually make it transparent
but the funny thing i when i click on the Dash Home and it opens up the Launcher, the bar and the launcher are completely transpare
Why do background windows have semi-transparent title bars in Unity? The foreground window is entirely opaque, but as soon it loses focus, it becomes transparent. It's as though Unity/Gnome are configured to make background titlebars transparent to indicate they are not on top instead of greying them.
I found a way to make the icon backgrounds transparent for the Unity Launcher by changing the files under /usr/share/unity/4
Does anyone know how to make the background transparent for the dock itself? I already made it transparent under Compiz, but I want to remove the line that separates the dock from the desktop. If anything, I just want to make it look like the icons are floating.
Since I upgraded to fedora 18 from 17, my transparent KDE panel repeatedly looses its transparency. I switch back and forth between different KDE themes from the configuration centre but only the ones with a dark background colour (e.g. air and oxygen) stays transparent. Verne, Beefy Miracle and Spherical Cow's themes all show a non-transparent silver panel.
Today i updated for the first time in months and all seems well except for the topbar that turns transparent every time i scroll over the sound indicator to lower or turn up the volume. It stays transparent as long as the osdnotify message is showing and turns normal again when it goes away. Any ideas on how i can fix this?
I have been using a simulation software called AtomEye (http://li.mit.edu/Archive/Graphics/A/) to visualize some atomic configurations. I have been using it on an old laptop running Ubuntu 10.04 and it has worked fine from the beginning. I installed Ubuntu 12.04 on a newer desktop computer, and it has had transparency issues (see attached images).