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tips [2013/08/05 22:41]
mike [Other Unique Xfce Features]
tips [2017/05/01 22:05] (current)
yano fixed dead link
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 ===== Gtkrc files ===== ===== Gtkrc files =====
-  * A tutorial about the Gtkrc format can be found [[http://​live.gnome.org/​GnomeArt/​Tutorials/​GtkThemes|here]]. ​+  * A tutorial about the Gtkrc format can be found [[http://​live.gnome.org/Attic/​GnomeArt/​Tutorials/​GtkThemes|here]]. ​
  
   * Xfce has also a couple of custom gtkrc settings for some of the applications:​ [[http://​svn.xfce.org/​svn/​xfce/​xfdesktop/​branches/​xfce_4_4/​README|xfdesktop]] and [[http://​thunar.xfce.org/​pwiki/​documentation/​advanced_settings|Thunar]] (see also [[http://​thunar.xfce.org/​pwiki/​documentation/​faq#​how_do_i_assign_different_keyboard_shortcuts|editable shortcuts]]).   * Xfce has also a couple of custom gtkrc settings for some of the applications:​ [[http://​svn.xfce.org/​svn/​xfce/​xfdesktop/​branches/​xfce_4_4/​README|xfdesktop]] and [[http://​thunar.xfce.org/​pwiki/​documentation/​advanced_settings|Thunar]] (see also [[http://​thunar.xfce.org/​pwiki/​documentation/​faq#​how_do_i_assign_different_keyboard_shortcuts|editable shortcuts]]).
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     xfconf-query -c $CHANNEL -T -p $PROP     xfconf-query -c $CHANNEL -T -p $PROP
 else else
-    xfconf-query -c $CHANNEL -n -p $PROP -t bool -s true+    xfconf-query -c $CHANNEL -n -p $PROP -t bool -s false
 fi fi
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 +===== Control per-window transparency =====
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 +Xfce lets you control the transparency of any window by horizontal scrolling on the titlebar. Starting with 4.12 though, it has been disabled by default. To enable this, open **Settings Editor > xfwm4** and change ''​horiz_scroll_opacity''​ to true by clicking the checkbox. ​