Compiz v0.5.2 Brings New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 4 August 2007 at 02:07 PM EDT. Add A Comment
With all of the talk lately revolving around Compiz Fusion, a new Compiz release is now out the door. Compiz v0.5.2 adds better support for multiple X screens, XML-based meta-data system, logging framework, gtk-window-decorator changes, Glib plug-in, plug-ins for plug-ins, more dynamic handling for output devices, transparency support for the cube plug-in, and introspection support for the d-bus plug-in. The complete list of changes for Compiz v0.5.2 can be read on the Compiz FreeDesktop mailing list.
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