Linux.com: Good Bits in GNOME 2.16
Sep 25, 2006, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The GNOME Project recently released GNOME 2.16. While the
latest release doesn't offer any breakthrough features, it does
include a wealth of minor tweaks and improvements.
"Ironically, the most intriguing improvement is the one you
probably won't notice, unless you explicitly enable it. Metacity,
GNOME's default window manager, now features several 3-D extensions
to its composite engine. These extensions allow you to add some eye
candy to your desktop by enabling window effects and different
types of transparency..."