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Old 08-29-2003, 08:46 PM   #1
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Gnome 2.2 window effects... how do I get rid of them?


Hey all.

I have just started trying out Gnome 2.2. One little detail that bugs me is the black-line window effects that occur whenever you maximize or minimize a window. If you are starting an application, the black lines expand out to the edges of the screen, even if your application window is not maximized. It looks terrible, and I can't seem to find a setting anywhere in the menus...

Any ideas?

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