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Basically I want to know how to remove the window decoration in Firefox 4 using Compiz. I successfully removed window decoration in Opera, I just needed to add this line !(name=opera) in the Window Decoration option. However it didn't work as well for when I tried the same thing to remove window decoration from Firefox 4.

So do anyone know how to do that?


I found this nice guide how to fix it nicely

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+1 for the link. – Kazark Jul 7 '12 at 16:25
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At the same place you did with Opera you can do this !(class=Firefox), it worked for me just fine.

If you want them both to work like that add !(name=opera) & !(class=Firefox).

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great it worked, any idea why it needed class, instead for name in this case? – starcorn May 5 '11 at 22:02
When using name the value would be "Navigator", but i do not know if it would affect another apps, so i thought class would work better. – Willian Girhad May 5 '11 at 23:22

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