3d Destkop is an OpenGL program for switching virtual desktops in a seamless 3-dimensional manner. The current desktop is mapped into a 3D space where you may choose other screens. Several different visualization modes are available.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME|
Release Notes: A compilation issue with the "two_face_gap" variable is fixed. The resolution picking logic has been removed, so there are no more monitor resets. A startup bug where 3ddesk was not finding the server it just started is fixed. An endianness patch was applied. Options to reverse the mouse wheel, swap mouse buttons, and change mouse buttons have been added. This release will not acquire the desktop when activated if it was recently autoacquired.
Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes were made, including a compilation issue, a permission problem, and some options to support GNOME 2 and KDE 3 more clearly.
Release Notes: Support for GNOME 2, detection of the largest supported texture size, and some minor bugfixes/cleanup.
Release Notes: The major feature of this release is support for KDE. A bunch of minor bugs were fixed including a segfault when the display can't be opened. Some minor features were added including some conf file additions.
Release Notes: A bug where textures were not staying around between mode switches was fixed. Goto functionality was improved. Some visual enhancements were made, including fading digits and adjustable colors. A configuration file was added for customizing views. The client (3ddesk) will now start the server if not already started. Other minor bugfixes have been made as well.