Pretty much everyone these days knows about Beryl and its desktop cube, but did you know your cube can have as many as 16 sides? I sure didn't, and I'm guessing a lot of fellow Beryl users don't either. I just happened to stumble across this while playing with the settings and I thought it was pretty cool.
So this is what my desktop normally looks like, a pretty standard-looking desktop cube.
To add more desktops, just go into Beryl settings, general tab, scroll down and change the value of horizontal virtual size.
That's all you have to do! This is what happens when you max it out at 16 desktops. It won't let you zoom out far enough to see the whole thing, but you can get the idea. I'm not sure why you'd want that many, for the few minutes that I had that many I got quite confused where all my windows were, but you have to admit that looks pretty cool.
On the other hand, here is a 2 desktop plane.
3 Desktop triangle.
Here I have 8 desktops, plus I re-enabled the caps to show how the cap images are drawn.
So there you go, now instead of playing with your desktop cube, have fun spinning these around.