|author||B. Watson <email@example.com>||2020-10-12 17:12:18 -0400|
|committer||Willy Sudiarto Raharjo <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2020-10-17 09:38:12 +0700|
desktop/cairo-compmgr: Fix README.
Signed-off-by: B. Watson <email@example.com> Signed-off-by: Willy Sudiarto Raharjo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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cairo-compmgr (Drop-in replacement for xcompmgr)
-This composite manager uses the cairo library to provide similar effects to
-xcompmgr. You can use it with any window manager, such as fluxbox, to
-provide transparencies. xcompmgr was designed as an example program and
-cairo-compmgr is designed as an actual standalone composite manager.
+This composite manager uses the cairo library to provide similar
+effects to xcompmgr. You can use it with any window manager, such
+as fluxbox, to provide transparencies. xcompmgr was designed as an
+example program and cairo-compmgr is designed as an actual standalone
-Warning: this plays a bit weird with fluxbox. Tabs of grouped windows will
-be drawn under windows if cycling through with alt+tab. Additionally when a
-sub sub root menu loops back over it self, it will be drawn under the other
-menus. Other than that, it's an added improvement in visual effects over
+Warning: this plays a bit weird with fluxbox. Tabs of grouped
+windows will be drawn under windows if cycling through with alt+tab.
+Additionally when a sub sub root menu loops back over it self, it
+will be drawn under the other menus. Other than that, it's an added
+improvement in visual effects over xcompmgr.
libgtop is an optional dependency.