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-<?xml version="1.0"?>
-<compiz>
- <plugin name="trailfocus" useBcop="true">
- <short>Trailfocus</short>
- <long>Adjust the opacity, saturation and brightness of windows based on when they last had focus.</long>
- <category>Effects</category>
- <deps>
- <relation type="after">
- <plugin>fade</plugin>
- </relation>
- </deps>
- <screen>
- <group>
- <short>Behaviour</short>
- <option name="window_match" type="match">
- <short>Window Types</short>
- <long>Window types that should be handled by Trailfocus</long>
- <default>(type=toolbar | type=utility | type=dialog | type=normal) &amp; !(state=skiptaskbar | state=skippager)</default>
- </option>
- <option name="windows_count" type="int">
- <short>Number of Windows to Track</short>
- <long>Number of windows Trailfocus will keep track of. Windows that had focus this amount of windows ago or more will be considered completly unfocused.</long>
- <default>5</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>150</max>
- </option>
- <option name="windows_start" type="int">
- <short>Window to Start Fading</short>
- <long>This defines when Trailfocus will start fading windows. This lets you set up trailfocus to treat the N first Windows as fully focused.</long>
- <default>2</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>20</max>
- </option>
- </group>
- <group>
- <short>Appearance</short>
- <subgroup>
- <short>Opacity</short>
- <option name="max_opacity" type="int">
- <short>Opacity Level of Focused Windows</short>
- <long>Opacity of the currently focused window. Windows will get opacity levels between the focused and minimum.</long>
- <default>100</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>100</max>
- </option>
- <option name="min_opacity" type="int">
- <short>Opacity Level of Unfocused Windows</short>
- <long>Opacity of the least focused window. Windows will get opacity levels between the focused and minimum.</long>
- <default>70</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>100</max>
- </option>
- </subgroup>
- <subgroup>
- <short>Brightness</short>
- <option name="max_brightness" type="int">
- <short>Brightness Level of Focused Windows</short>
- <long>Brightness of the currently focused window. Windows will get opacity levels between the focused and minimum.</long>
- <default>100</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>100</max>
- </option>
- <option name="min_brightness" type="int">
- <short>Brightness Level of Unfocused Windows</short>
- <long>Brightness of the least focused window. Windows will get opacity levels between the focused and minimum.</long>
- <default>100</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>100</max>
- </option>
- </subgroup>
- <subgroup>
- <short>Saturation</short>
- <option name="max_saturation" type="int">
- <short>Saturation Level of Focused Windows</short>
- <long>Saturation of the currently focused window. Windows will get opacity levels between the focused and minimum.</long>
- <default>100</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>100</max>
- </option>
- <option name="min_saturation" type="int">
- <short>Saturation Level of Unfocused Windows</short>
- <long>Saturation of the least focused window. Windows will get opacity levels between the focused and minimum.</long>
- <default>100</default>
- <min>1</min>
- <max>100</max>
- </option>
- </subgroup>
- </group>
- </screen>
- </plugin>
-</compiz>