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Alt-F2 to bring up the command box, then metacity --replace To make this change permenanent, change your startup programs to exclude xfwm4 and to include metacity
ok, i did what you said and seems that im using it right now.. but seems like i need to install the frontend to change the themes because i cant find it on my preferences. do you know the name of the package or how can i change the themes.