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Old 08-01-2012, 07:14 AM   #1
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Question how to make marco decorate the windows in MATE while using compiz-fusion?

I'm a Salix OS packager and I set up a laptop running the latest MATE edition, which I simply loved. But since I like a bit of eye-candy I made some packages for it that are completely compatible with Slackware. But running:

gtk-window-manager --replace
Does nothing. I usually run:

compiz --replace cpp
It works, but I'd like to use the same window decorations as my 'uncompized' desktop.

How do I do it?


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