aterm transparency
Wed, 14 Mar 2001 23:04:41 -0500

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I know that aterm is highly optimized to make pseudo transparency not take
much in the way of cpu cycles, which is really cool.

But, for those of us that have too many cpu cycles, it might be nice to have
aterm pick up its background from something like xearth. =20

Can this be hacked with the existing programs, or would I need to hack at
aterm to make it work?

It is probably a silly thought, but my ascpu applet lacks activity.  Have to
make this machine work harder. :)


Sean Dague

There is no silver bullet.  Plus, werewolves make better neighbors than
zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.

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