Red Cyan Desktop3D (\👓/)

Enable the Red/Cyan 3D desktop.

Notes

  • As an experimental feature, it will likely exhibit lots of weird behavior. The operating system is not currently designed to provide a robust 3d experience, so there are technical limitations outside of my control to how well this can work.

Configs

  • Crazy 3d (Default: False)
      Enables the Red Cyan Desktop 3D feature. Have fun!
  • Crazy 3d Intensity (Default: 10)
      This setting controls the amount of shift that occurs between the two eyes. Higher values will usually increase the 3d feeling, but at a certain point you will see double and the 3d effect goes away.
  • Crazy 3d Intensity for Background (Default: 10)
      This setting controls the amount of additional shift for the desktop background.
  • Crazy 3d Target Frames Per Second (Default: 30)
      Some systems may not be powerful enough to handle this feature at high frame rates, so lower this value can help the feature work properly by reducing the frame rate. The operating system components/drivers were not really designed to be used like this, so even very beefy systems may experience poor performance.
  • Glass Apps 3d Current App Opacity (Default: 0.75)
      Adjusts the transparency of the focused window. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps 3d Default App Opacity (Default: 0.75)
      Adjusts the transparency of the windows which are not already affected by another transparency option. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps 3d Previous App Opacity (Default: 0.75)
      Adjusts the transparency of the previously focused window. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps 3d Current Video App Opacity (Default: 0.75)
      Adjusts the transparency of the focused window, overridden when video is detected. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Glass Apps 3d Default Video App Opacity (Default: 0.75)
      Adjusts the transparency of the video detected windows which are not already affected by another transparency option. Values closer to 1 are less transparent. Values closer to 0 are more transparent.
  • Crazy 3d Cursor Wobble Intensity (Default: 50)
      If greater than 0, will proportionally cause the 3D effects to shift according to the cursor position to give a more immersive 3d feel.
  • Nvidia Compatibility Mode (Default: True)
      The 3D desktop feature has some trouble on Nvidia cards. This option enables some modifications that I added to reduce that trouble.

Found in Menus

Experimental Menu (🧙⧂)