I installed the
worm community edition. The installation came with EOS theme but I am finding the transparent menus harder to read.
Is there a way I can turn of the transparency? Changing theme using
xlappearance did not remove transparency in windows and menus. (at least in
If you’re on XFCE D.E. maybe disable the compositor?
System Settings → Window Manager Tweaks → Disable check first option “Enable display compositing”
Otherwise there should be two options at the bottom of that dialogue, just set both of them to maximum (Opaque).
First kill picom (
killall -9 picom) then you can just uninstall it with sudo pacman -R picom. Picom is what provides transparency, if you don’t want it you can just remove it.
Or if you want use the other features of the compositor, such as vsync, you can edit the picom config file to remove the transparency or set it only for specific window types/classes/names. It’s a pretty easy to understand config file ~/.config/picom/picom.conf
Endeavouros Worm came with some LXDE but not XFCE. Configuring
picom worked for me.
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