Commit 5398f4c6 authored by Robert Knight's avatar Robert Knight
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Make transparency support opt-out rather than opt-in. Transparency can be...

Make transparency support opt-out rather than opt-in.  Transparency can be disabled in an environment which otherwise supports it via the --notransparency flag at startup.  This should save confusion over why the transparency setting has no effect by default.  It was opt-in originally because of problems with NVidia hardware in particular.  Recent drivers apparently alleviate the those problems to some extent.

svn path=/trunk/KDE/kdebase/apps/konsole/; revision=795995
parent 4f358496
......@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ extern "C" int KDE_EXPORT kdemain(int argc,char** argv)
}
#ifdef Q_WS_X11
if ( KWindowSystem::compositingActive() &&
KCmdLineArgs::parsedArgs()->isSet("enable-transparency") )
KCmdLineArgs::parsedArgs()->isSet("transparency") )
{
Display* display = 0;
Visual* visual = 0;
......@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@ void fillCommandLineOptions(KCmdLineOptions& options)
options.add("new-tab",ki18n("Create a new tab in an existing window rather than creating a new window"));
options.add("workdir \\<dir>", ki18n("Set the initial working directory of the new tab "
"or window to 'dir'"));
options.add("enable-transparency",ki18n("Enable transparent backgrounds"));
options.add("notransparency",ki18n("Disable transparent backgrounds, even if the system supports them."));
options.add("hold");
options.add("noclose",ki18n("Do not close the initial session automatically when it ends."));
// TODO - Document this option more clearly
......
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