** Description changed:
- Further fix, and recommendation:
- With current settings, Galculator creates an unsightly additive (intensity
increases while mouse hovers over panel) thumbnail artefact, which remains
after thumbnail preview closes (screen capture link below).
+ With current settings, Galculator creates an unsightly additive thumbnail
artefact which remains after thumbnail preview closes (screen capture link).
- There's two ways to fix this.
- # Method 1:
+ # Fix
- active-shadow-x-offset 6
+ + active-shadow-x-offset 2
- active-shadow-y-offset 6
+ + active-shadow-y-offset 2
- inactive-shadow-x-offset 6
+ + inactive-shadow-x-offset 2
- inactive-shadow-y-offset 6
- + active-shadow-x-offset 2
- + active-shadow-y-offset 2
- + inactive-shadow-x-offset 2
+ inactive-shadow-y-offset 2
- # This method benefits all Compiz windows as shadows become more
- proportionally balanced, current setting creates larger offset shadows
- with seemingly no shadow visible top + left.
+ # This fix also benefits all Compiz windows, as shadows become more
+ proportionally balanced.
+ # Recommendation
+ With current settings, thumbnails occupy almost half the screen vertically on
a Netbook (1024x600 resolution).
+ # Fix
+ - thumb-size 280
+ + thumb-size 256
+ Edit: Improved readability of above text, please ignore "# Method 2"
+ mentioned below. Thanks!
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