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Old 06-14-2009, 12:15 AM   #1
RLU491412
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Desktop effects won't load on login.


Hello.

So, here is my problem, When I log in to my user account, there is no window manager, and desktop effects are set to none, when I logout, they are on custom.
to fix this problem, I just right click and go change desktop bacground, and the visual effects tab I click custom.

How can I make it so that it is always set on custom
Or, is there a way to change the visual effects to custom through the terminal, so I can run that command on login.

THanks in advance
 
  


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