Starting "beryl-manager" at login

John L Fjellstad john-ubuntu at
Fri Jun 29 02:47:36 UTC 2007

Steven Vollom <stevenvollom at> writes:

> Nonetheless, trying to find out how it works, and playing with all the
> features to see what would happen, I lost the most unique feature,
> where it was like a cube that rotated as I chose the various sites
> that were on each side.  I liked that, but in playing around trying to
> understand Beryls function, I lost that feature and it has not
> returned.  Currently it is stable and has a wavy kind of look to the
> pages as they are moved around.  It is pleasant and interesting,
> however, I would like to get back the rotating cube.

Right-click on the beryl manager in the system tray and select the beryl
settings manager.

In the General Options Tab
General Options->Main tab
Horizontal Virtual Size sets the number of sides

In the Desktop tab
Make sure Desktop Cube is selected

John L. Fjellstad
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