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Is it possible to remove the window border for gnome-terminal only in Compiz? I recall that it used to be possible to do this with a command-line option, but I can not find it anymore.

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Turns out this can be easily done using the Compiz window decoration plugin. In the 'Decoration windows' field enter:


To further customize this you can hide a specific set of terminals by entering in the 'Decoration windows' field:


Then, borders will only be disabled for terminals that are started as follows:

gnome-terminal --title=tmux_terminal
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