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PerturbedPenguin's Compiz settings


Compiz Theme

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PerturbedPenguin's Compiz settings

PerturbedPenguin's Compiz settings

Downloads:  10030
Submitted:  Jan 29 2010
Updated:  Jan 31 2010


Upon request here are my exported personal settings for Compiz. You can import them or just view the file to see what I have things set to - I recommend not importing them unless you have a decent gpu with drivers installed - otherwise your comp may screech to a halt. ;) I also recommend backing up your own settings before importing mine so when you decide you do not like my style you can more easily switch back to your own.

I use these settings with my themes Tourmaline, UbuntuFrost and UbuntuFrost's derivatives.

You will likely have to play around with the screen refresh rate settings under 'general', currently I have it set to force 60fps.

I use the 'magic lamp' minimization effect but I always have to manually change some Compiz files so that it works the way I want it to. On my desktop it does not have any waves and looks much more like the minimization effect you would find on a Mac. If you are interested in hacking your Compiz to get such an effect see this link:

... and NO, I am not responsible if that hack destroys your comp. ;)

(PerturbedPenguin's Compiz settings)
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 by dwiyanseptian on: Jan 29 2010
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thx for this bro...
i hope this work for me

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 Re: THx

 by PerturbedPenguin on: Jan 29 2010
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No problem, hope it helps. Good luck!

"Truth persuades by teaching, but does not teach by persuading." - Quintus Septimius Tertullianus
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 Re: Re: THx

 by dwiyanseptian on: Jan 31 2010
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Hy BRo
thx for this setting...
but it seems not work at all...
my emerald doesn't blurring...
is this compiz bug,emerald bug,or rendering problem??
ah i don't know those things...
but thx for sharing,my desktop look better now....

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 Re: Re: Re: THx

 by PerturbedPenguin on: Jan 31 2010
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Are you using an ATI card? I did some research after someone previously was complaining they couldn't get the blurring to work and found that the ATI drivers have had some sort of regression that causes the blur plugin not to work. Perhaps this is the issue, sorry I did not think of this earlier.

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