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Old 23rd June 2011, 11:07 PM
Rezwan Mahbub Offline
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How to enable wooby effect (compiz desktop effect) in fedora 15

Hello,
Can anyone help me pointing out how to enable wooby effect (compiz desktop effect like ubuntu) in fedora 15. I have googled through but found no solution.
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Old 24th June 2011, 12:42 AM
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Re: How to enable wooby effect (compiz desktop effect) in fedora 15

Short version:

Gnome-shell and Compiz-fusion (the wobbly windows) are mutually exclusive ducks. They cannot both run at the same time. So if you like Gnome-shell, you must sacrifice wobbly windows. If you like the wobbly windows more, you must install Compiz-fusion, and sacrifice Gnome-shell.
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