On Sun, Sep 25, 2022 at 06:22:53PM -0400, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> I'm a long time user of xdaliclock which I have "alwaysontop" with
> a transparent background so it's always visible but hides very little.
> Recently the author of xdaliclock decided to update the codebase to use
> more "modern" techniques, so the transparency is not obtained using
> X11's "nonrectangular windows" (IIRC it's an extension called "shape" or
> something like that) support but instead it uses some kind of opacity
> parameter intended for alpha-blending (so you can specify the percentage
> of transparency).
> Has anyone got Ctwm to support this kind of opacity?
>         Stefan

Isn't this kind of opacity usually implemented in the compositing
manager (e.g. xcompmgr/picom)?

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