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Re: Compiz plugins

2009/12/6 Eric Tanguy <eric tanguy univ-nantes fr>:
> Le 06/12/2009 10:45, Suvayu Ali a écrit :
>> On Sunday 06 December 2009 01:39 AM, Eric Tanguy wrote:
>>> Le 06/12/2009 09:50, suvayu ali a écrit :
>>>> 2009/12/6 Eric Tanguy<eric tanguy univ-nantes fr>:
>>>>> So according to http://wiki.compiz.org/Plugins/Water to activate it i
>>>>> need
>>>>> to hold down<Control><Super> and move the mouse. I assume<Super> is the
>>>>> window key. it does not work so either the plugin does not work or i
>>>>> have a
>>>>> problem with my keyboard.
>>>> First you would need to install ccsm (compiz-manager) then turn on the
>>>> plugins and make sure they are bounded to the keys you want. The keys
>>>> mentioned in the compiz wiki are the default key bindings given that
>>>> the corresponding plugin is turned on.
>>>> I hope this is clearer. Have fun.
>>> I installed it and enabled water effects but it does not work. How to
>>> know what key is <super> ?
>>> Eric
>> The other way you can check would be to try changing any of the default
>> key bindings in ccsm, that should let you see whether compiz recognizes your
>> super key correctly.
>> GL
> In fact, ccsm is not active by default you have to change the compiz-gtk
> script to enable ccsm (see
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=532229) after this water plugin
> works fine ...
> Thanks for the help
> Eric

Thanks a lot for posting this Eric, learned quite a bit about
compiz-config from that bug report.


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