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Old 8th July 2012, 10:42 PM
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Disabling edge resistance (Gnome 3, mutter)

I'm using Gnome 3.4, Fedora 17.
I have searched Gnome resources and Fedora resources. I couldn't find the solution to disable edge resistance in window manager (metacity 3, mutter... whatever you wanna call it). I know that there is a file named edge-resistance.c but no any option to disable that feature which the file provides. I've looked up in gsettings (dconf-editor) and tried finding in conf files but got failed.

I understand that the problem more like Gnome problem and I, probably, should leave post on gnome forum or something like that but I don't know where exactly should I leave it. Besides, I'm a part of Fedora community now :).

Please, give me some help.
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