So I’ve been working on Fusion-Installer a little more and it is getting better. I’ve implemented a nice treeview for you to pick components and you can now resize the window (Yes, I’ve kicked my gtkFixed habits :D)
Sorry about the interpolation.
FusionInstaller isn’t quite ready yet – will be soon 🙂
As you may have noticed, I’ve set up a git repo at
containing ports to Compiz-0.6 of all the new, popular and exciting unofficial development happening recently. I’ve just fixed the anaglyph plugin after some time spent investigating issues with BCOP (Rearranging option names – ex anaglyphOffsetDesktop -> anaglyphDesktopOffset ) :-|. I need some testers for that btw 😉
Photo plugin and atlantis-2 should be fixed fairly shortly, I just need to figure out what is going on there…
I’ve also (re)written Compiz-Decorator-Settings to be a bit… better
Finally, I found out this way to take uber-sleek screenshot + not-so-great descriptions via Compiz
Yes that is rendered in real-time 😀 (Except for the text :D)
Coming soon to a tip-of-the-week near you!
8 thoughts on “Work on Fusion-Installer, 0.6-ports , others”
Maybe I’m going crazy but is there a download link for the fusion installer?
Hmmm, “fast, smoot and stable”?
excuse why this reply:
Initialized empty Git repository in /home/max/compiz2/0.6-po/.git/
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
fetch-pack from ‘git://git.compiz-fusion.org/users/smspillaz/0.6-po’ failed.
lol, I made a typo xD
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“Best of all, it’s free” – sounds VERY cheap, lame and unprofessional
“Fast a a fox.” I think there’s missing an a – “Fast a a a fox” sounds better 😛
““Best of all, it’s free” – sounds VERY cheap, lame and unprofessional o_O”
No, it doesn’t. It means you’re you have the freedom to share it with your friends, install it on multiple computers, or do anything you want with it.
Btw, great last picture, but could we get a Ubuntu name on one? I only use ubuntu, so I won’t feel too safe recommending something else (even though openSUSE is probably great, I’m not saying it isn’t) to someone. Especially if something goes wrong and I’ll have no idea how to diagnose it.