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Old 9th November 2007, 04:25 AM
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How to enable Compiz Fusion rather than Compiz in FC 8?

I just installed CCSM from updates - testing , and believe I have compiz fusion installed as well. Changing settings in CCSM is not working, so I believe regular Compiz is runing. How can I enable Compiz Fusion?
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