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Is there a way to disable, on a per application basis, the window decoration associated with gnome?

In this case, in particular it's windows associated with PlayonLinux/Wine.

I still have to use MS Office for some things, however infrequently, and it seems that most of the functionality is "cut off" by Gnomes window decoration. Here's an example:

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Found it:

In PlayOnLinux, right click the program, click "Configure Wine", move to the graphics tab and deselect "Allow window manager to decorate the windows"

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