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Old 03-08-2012, 04:07 PM   #1
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Window tiling with compiz?

I've been trying to find some blog or tutorial on how to make compiz do window tiling like in kwin with kde, i got it to work but i have to use hotkeys alt+ctrl+numkey, that's not really productive, i have to focus the window first and then decide where i want to tile it.
Is there a way i can achieve window tiling by dragging the window?
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Why don't you continue to use kwin?


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