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Beryl Rocks!

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Recently I’ve been experimenting with Beryl on my laptop, and I have to say that I’m very impressed by the project. Sure its a relatively new project, and there quite a few bugs in it, however once you get the hang of it you really enjoy the beryl-desktop experience.

There are numerous things which make you instantly productive, however there are some other things which hinder productivity however look cool. For example the idea of “the Cube”, where different desktops are running on different sides of the cube, I know is not new with beryl, however it is very productive.

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that was a bit late

sorry mate, but there will be no "beryl" pretty soon, peace =)

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