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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    I don't think ezoom is in gutsy yet (I tried the tribe 4 release the other day).

    I hope it is before the release though (I think it's supposed to be).
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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    this is a screen shot of the setting.
    http://img57.imageshack.us/img57/212...enshot2kj4.png

    is this right.
    edit

    ahh never mind. apparently it needed a restart.
    Last edited by kakashi; August 13th, 2007 at 07:28 PM. Reason: solved

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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by musther View Post
    I don't think ezoom is in gutsy yet (I tried the tribe 4 release the other day).

    I hope it is before the release though (I think it's supposed to be).
    It is and it is.

    The updated compiz-fusion-plugins-main package of 20070810 includes it.

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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by kakashi View Post
    this is a screen shot of the setting.
    http://img57.imageshack.us/img57/212...enshot2kj4.png

    is this right.
    This looks right, what settings does enhanced zoom offer for you? There was an incident when ezoom entered plugins-main when no information about options was included in the package, does this apply to you?

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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    I just got an update from Treviño's repos, and now there's no key binding page for the ezoom plugin, and my old keybindings arn't working.
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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    Quote Originally Posted by musther View Post
    I just got an update from Treviño's repos, and now there's no key binding page for the ezoom plugin, and my old keybindings arn't working.
    Which version of compiz, ccsm, compizconfig, compizconfig-python and plugins-main are you using, exactly?

    The entire key and (mouse)button framework has changed, so there might be something out of sync in Trev's packages. This is not likely to be included in gutsy, however, as I assume we'll go with 0.6 for Gutsy.

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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    Ok, here are the versions:

    compiz 0.5.5-git20070820+3v1ubuntu1
    ccsm - couldn't get it to give me a version, -v or --version didn't work, and no package with this name
    compizconfig 0.5.2-git20070821+3v1ubuntu1
    compizconfig python 0.5.2-git20070822+3v1ubuntu1
    plugins-main 0.5.2-git20070823+3v1ubuntu1
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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    Ok, we are in the middle of a transition from one way of doing actions to another, and I was late in updating ezoom master for this, focusing mostly on 0.6.

    My guess is you ended up with a build of trev's which contained the new action system but not all plugins were updated for it, making it seem like there were no key/mouse bindings.

    In other words: Stand by for another update.

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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    I just updated to the latest version fo Compiz Fusion from trevino's Repository and I was wondering if anyone else noticed this:

    When I move the mouse over one of my panels, I have to keep pulling to get the mouse pointer to leave that particular area. This also seems to happen if I try to move my mouse pointer outside the bounds of any given window. My screen just look slike ti si shaking, and ti takes a second to get the mouse pointer away from windows and panels. Any ideas on this one?

    EDIT: I was slightly incorrect on the above. after a little further investigation, I found that this does not occur with windows, but rather when I move the mouse too close to the top, bottom, and sides of the screen. It seems like the pointer is pulled there fi it gets too close, and I have to move my mouse away from the mentioned area for a second ro so for to to free itself. this only seems to happen whiel zoomed in.
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    Re: Full Screen Magnification with Compiz Plugin

    I am wondering if this may have anything to do with it or not...this is from running
    Code:
    compiz --replace
    in a terminal:

    Code:
    bob@bandgc:~$ compiz --replace
    ^XGConf backend: There is an unsupported value at path /apps/compiz/plugins/scale/allscreens/options/initiate_edge. Settings from this path won't be read. Try to remove that value so that operation can continue properly.
    Hope maybe this can help to resolve whatever si going on. I'll do what I can to help. Other than this, everything si running perfectly.

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