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Old 10th April 2009, 10:23 PM
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Enable compiz-fusion Themes

Ive installed compiz fusion, Desktop effects compiconfig settings manager and emerald theme amanger.
problem im having, is that i downloaded some nice themes, installed them, so they now appear on the emerald theme list, but i cant work out how to enable them (i.e actually make the windows look like that)
Theres no "ok" or "Make it so" button.. Just "Quit"

I've enabled the desktop decoration in the config screen.. and im now a bit lost
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