Multiple desktops - Closed (for now)...

Amichai Rotman amichai at iglu.org.il
Wed Mar 25 13:05:28 UTC 2009


Thank you all.

I also decided to turn off compiz for the time being. I will try it again
after upgrading to 9.04. I would also like to find a detailed guide for all
the possible settings. I didn't try going to the project's home page yet, so
hold it on the flame thrower!

Thanks!

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Amichai Rotman

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On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 22:33, D. R. Evans <doc.evans at gmail.com> wrote:

> Amichai Rotman said the following at 03/22/2009 10:17 AM :
> > I have a strange problem:
> >
> > I go to the Multiple Desktop tab in KConfig and tell set 4 desktops. I
> click
> > Apply or OK and I am left with only one desktop! When I go there again,
> > there's only one desktop.
> >
> > I am using Kubuntu Hardy (8.04.2) with KDE 3.5.10 and Compiz.
> >
> > When I go to the Compiz setup tool (CCSM) it says there's 1 desktop and I
> > cannot change it (the slider and the arrows are gray...
>
> Until quite recently, compiz and KDE virtual desktops were incompatible
> with one another, in the sense that you had to use compiz virtual desktops,
> and the number of KDE virtual desktops always remained at unity.
>
> I can't recall when this changed. Quite possibly it was 8.10.
>
> Prior to that, you needed to decide which kind of virtual desktop you were
> going to use, and if you wanted to use KDE ones, then you had to turn off
> compiz. At least, that's how I recall it was.
>
> Usually, the easiest thing to do was just to turn off compiz (that's what I
> did, anyway).
>
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