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Old 03-08-2013, 08:43 AM   #1
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CCSM no text and icons on main screen - Debian unstable

I'm currently running Debian Sid with Gnome classic as desktop environment. I have installed compiz and all the extras. I ran ccsm and there's no text nor icons. I can click on subsections and see text in them but I don't know what I click. The text just does not render. Here's a screen shot:
As you can see there are some runtime errors displayed in console. I can set up compiz anyway. But it is really uncomfortable to click and check every dialog to see what it is.
By the way how could I change window theme to the one used by metacity? Or compiz has separate window themes?


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