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3DWM: A screenshot look at the 3D desktop

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Bored with the flat desktop metaphor and window managers that look too familiar? Then check out the screenshots on www.3dwm.org.
Constructive Solid Geometry now works in 3Dwm! Well, this is only the first, dabbling attempts at displaying it, but the basic principle is sound. If you think that the images look a bit strange, you are correct; each triangle is given a random color to make debugging easier. This will change back to the original materials soon.
[If the embedded links above don't work, it's because the 3DWM.org website seems to have dropped off the net. The 'read more' link below should point to a working 3DWM screenshot. -Ed.]

(meanwhile, here are some triangles prints)
 read more | mail this link | score:8297 | -Ray, August 25, 2001 (Updated: April 24, 2012)
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