We (Thomas Göttlicher, J. Daniel Schmidt and Arvin Schnell) have use all our
remaining ITO for this really cool feature.
Normally compiz (more precisely the cube module) shows each desktop on the
surface of a cuboid. Since we don’t have several desktops during installation
we decided to show the “wizard” steps on the cuboid. Pressing “Next” or “Back”
rotates the cuboid around the y-axis:
Entering a “subwizard” rotates the cuboid around the x-axis:
Fortunately most computers are fast enough to render the 3D-scene even without
special hardware support that we lack during installation.
Will be available in Factory within the next weeks. Comments are welcome.
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Happy April Fool’s day 😉
Nice feature! Go openSUSE!
One more step to the future 🙂 Cool!
April 1st. Have a nice day fools.
April 1st 🙂
All Hail April Fools Day^W^W^WOpenSUSE ^_^’
Can it install from or to Windows…? 😉
This has Windows completely built in, as well as around 58 other OS’s
Send to Digg, please! 🙂
Happy Aprel 1st! Anyway it isn’t a good idea! There are so many computers without good video card!
wery good or 1.04. Sentence is ok.
Awesome! I know it’s a joke, but it might look really cool…if the drivers for the graphics card are built-in. Do you think you can do it for 11.2?
I hate it. Linux can be beautifull; don’t make ‘a great show’ and ‘big fun’ of it please.