I followed the instruction to the dot and experienced the same thing. Without the Fedora default setting in the ~/.gconf/apps/compiz, the compiz-fusion creates a new settings which enables the Desktop Wall (like in Ubuntu) instead of Desktop Cube. If you are *indeed* experiencing the same problem, you can get it back by using the compiz setting manager (ccsm) to re-enable the "Desktop Cube" effect back. It should automatically disable the "Desktop Wall" for you because both of them are mutually exclusive.
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Last edited by weitjong; 28th December 2008 at 02:25 PM.